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Full text of "So Dear to My Heart is My Legacy"

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in 2012 with funding from 
Brigham Young University-Idaho 



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OR* AeM&wcU /uAtowu iwUtfon wu /wv own Acma. 
(^Tpnvaktie QsvetAa, ^Lc^na TPeavw umm Sown (^fcUutwau 
43Q%muawu 4300 j at ^ttuwtnMtatonj c70ea& ^ta/oe, 
county, (^aaAo. Q&$> nuawue at A&me ctelvuewea wie. 
iyde&we ate moved fo awmclma Aou&e. 
(3tumm6 oo&n me yea** ^m^u ^ o^^/e^W^fc^^^^ Aatoea 
attMvu. Q/ftu fami/u woa Id- motw info Ae& Ao€t6& ttmicA toe 
€<nAe#€foa. 



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^pJen, a PfQw J HltaA. SS^ct. 4862. Q^tideumof 

matt. Qfte met cmd wvamied cm ty^ng/itA )£cwlu 

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6&WI itv &Ow04nMiaton, J c70ea>p ^taAej (^olaJu> 5 Q/floyu 
4867 G/fae taa& vai&ed mere and &Ae lived vvea£ clocw fo me 
^£o4ta familu. Q/Ce^ frarewfo we#e of zDowuaA Qfewmcm 
aeee^ ami Ae& /ux#e^ <xime to* GS$me#ica a& wuma 
aau/fo. 





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cm aavicauiiriAt dnd umu the KeeAew ofmeAa/arteaawleM,. 
iyeauu (5fo/&mo4t, a awtwaofoMgJUev o& &eam ^L&na 
viowij a€we wie mi& €w£wmorfioM/. Q/ftue&6> t& of 
'ewmcwi o^iain. 





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Q/ toad' me eiaAtti c/Uldwi afatmlu offylewn, cAildre&ij 

QMa^u (piiella *£cm<p C&*nctet«i<mj Tp/ara <@/ixa/ie£& J^cma QskcUcAev, 3^eaA Wea&l ' 3%ma 

Gsom/c&j ^Settee *£<yvina ^to>tuf , KpAviadie Gsved&a ZUma ^veavev, G/avaA (p/lett Zuvna xp/adc, 
zrlubu QT'ewn ZC&no Q^cMfneuuc^h , and Qflen, xpnvi&fen&en, *L<ma. 




dZxAtm in, ^lealu^, G&laA* 4907. c^6m umu 6<*>w in 4903. 



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ip/witoie & wm>. cmd JpUettG mow. 



Q/flu ecwlu cAilclAovdaHi&d/wntin, $ttto<)wt4Mafon, QsAe 
new- cewtuwu AaaaeeM, utAeved tniuU a, few- <zom& aeio^e. 
Q/Hu zDad told me ttuxxA 6<>fUUof/wowu6e. C2rtioa& in, 
the a!eadofW€4tfe*. <^wa&avue>n, the name TpnvtA&ie affce* 
mu zDad'b teAfev QRvum/' TpApewie G/y£u6>. (^aeaoyn, vu 
dfalttwa mu noyme tvMhoutthe Q/l. CCntU Q/ &<uu> fo#> 



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myself 9 in dads fani/y ttil/ewithh^freo^and^ad 
said that tywris^ was the cotwerf q9 cAanced it. 

Qs vecaU aloul ~mu hotnetoum and ' lUrthAlace. 
$ttlo<)4nMvaJo4t was nestled in the Iwautdid z/oear )£a/ce 
Jall&u with its/wistine Aills and the &Ca/ce. WuA manu 
towns a^ouH^ta aU avoand. &wr faU name was cm the 
wmcn we called it was a neat little fawne co/taae with 2 
stories and 5 ' &r 6 * moms lu the time Qywas l&m. 



W fast Avme tike this 
rye had 'to ta/ce the laa^ w th^ waaott totownthey 
called it the white to/i cmd 'it was fandy tote withfanye 
and f isenalass hall f a^apns fa th^ vain, usually a doov> 
(£fteiaA fa the winter. QMy fahev inherited ' h^/wrvnt* 
/wo/w*ty in the team of mloiwninyfon . Q?o> we mowed 
there wAen, dfwas aloat three to main Oflreel 

'lovyminafon, Hi. <§?. Q$/. it was yrandma ^Lonys 




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vewu nice AouAe. JPe lived in, it a few* yecwa awdthen 
moved. 

Qsneve were two ttove in town, <5pd Q/vaddoac a&ocewu 
wnd a c<w/i that trvu awtmafamev (pmcmuel ^Lona nad 
Ae/Aed e&tao/iAn wnd owned interest in,. 




QsAe ttttovtninatOew, TpooA 




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QsAen the ^CzD^/cAwfcA and the avade AeAool 

QsAe &foeefo weve lined o^n ootA &ide& udt/t Aomeb at we//. 

Q/n> them mcnvu otmu ^Lona and tyAviAfenAen, ve/atvve6> 

lived. 



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&fn 4905 my QDad and others felt lihe there 
y^ea^er o/^w^a^u^ to ^falleyin 

eastern (^daho coa>nfoy lettev schools a^ more fertile 
land me suyaw fezctory was there, (y/oa couldvcuae saaar 
oeets lor cash orofe as wellasworh at the milk. (^she 
Lincoln ana the Q/aaar Tpity mill. Q/o it was decided 
then woula ' ao so we loaded u/i oar oelonai^nm loch stoch 
and oarret and moved, ittooh us a ojeeh most ofeas rode 
in th& udufe toA o& the uxiatm 

stoch andmyioh wa& to herd the chichen once a daw low 
an now so they, could y&t feesh arit and orate, c/ueside 
mat ate nod a new ca/feand/Ua^ j and cows. 

rye do/iAed 'to* eamfi at&oaa G/fi&inySj (^rernemher 
aoinalor the soda water. O/here ujos atwther feztnily 
loaded low lea*. O/hat toweled aUth as . GrtuMis me 
(^redand {Qmily <p. Srlainsclon family and they owe 
aoina to the (SneHey area to Gsdylorwille. Q/tnown now 



as 




°%e led them at (S%elley ca^ne a/i the &dmrnon road 'to 
the Lincoln corner where (pstella and KAJriyy lived , 
and 'stayed 'there fer a time. ^Dad 'got ajoh at the soya* 



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wu/l f riant off . zDad aauaM a famn in ^ueupitojule, 
C&aaAo. G7o> ate traveled ' fo tAere cmcl JPe dfeenl oar fttot 
/ uea&t&ere Q/ slaved a&l a&aae mere. 4906. Q/fvr&. 
^ratt toot mu teacnerj Q/ uAeanere vewu macn. 




^ZLetiHtoMlle amide 6enaol 4906. JPe lived nereia&t a yetvr 
wnaa^tother titter ata& oom Aere ate nameaAer iyxAiou 
Q^em. (^ntAes/wUMaottAeyea&atewi^ 
yn^awtwaj Q/fiaaiA<>nj QrdaAo. Q/Vvu fa/foe* oouaAt oav 
Aome on second nortA Afreet. &$nd tlO aore&ioAl north of 
the yH^azwra <&#neterM worn thu Uoc/o uawh north ana 
ate&t. QsAere umma a tonall Aoa&e with motifa AxfoAen aava 
6&me roomt. Q7o ate co4i/a&ta>u Qrn the teinwner . 

we attended waAnMtafowi^ 
&om eianth &raae then atent on to iyiic/ct &$eademu. 



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Q/ftu ifoU acvu at6e/wc/wa6 aidie aw, ewentmeve were so 
wicmu nick ituxtd a waaev zcAoei ' tfovee &fowie& cma tihefw&t 
<zm<i &eco4td ar<z4ie& we&e in me aa&emewt. QsAe&e were four 
voowte <m, eacn uo<w. <3/<>me otmu teacAe#& were Q/ftawae 
d/uwmcwij *£i66ty G/ftori . QMite Wal/cerA. Q/vtr. 

ryM&&n, J Q/vCr. zKjelriafr. ^Jamed, G$*. &£cmafon wot 
the ^vnuxAal. 

QsAe&e were our Aa/Uvu <z<mi& awidotvr very, &oyd timet. 
(5fa>me ofmufaiwrite memory were our cwwuwU outina to 
Qfiei&e Q/vot Q/fwina cmd<mce &r twice to kSvwcov/c 
Q/Amnaat Qfreen, xpawu&n,. 

rfiemcwle cm anviua/ tri/i tn the fvuM 6ea&04t to 
viaAcwn, \pityj UtaA &V> wuatm cmd teaym. 




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/^^^^^e^/ea^^^a^^i^ all me awu . JVe awuldoet 
6u6neu offvulta&wla via caw, ofAan&u wA&n, veluwved 
A&me with <>ar una ape all /UfcAed tat anaAe^ied. 

y/dolued me wait '. &$naate awe nolfo ate me new 
aoKle6> antU (^Aa^t/cAalt^na. &$n-a<we ol ^yia^iae^yle^ 
and &foa44W44wie&j me veaetdole aara&n, vtrfwwAllu 

yrlaAAae4W€e& ntatfoev awulatale mewifiw eacfoa income. 

&$lawu6> va4feoe>iw€e6' fo/ucK aailu. 

Tre made owv cam linens and Aev&ottal clcJavna , 
aedalnaj wia&. Q4tolhe^ /wUite<la6> OMwlett &oc/c&. 

fynatfan ate Aaa&n, ow* Melon vlaet ajltin, welto an me 
A&Met Aavnete awuma Jp/w€Alma6> o^tamroiiaA me awnfev 
faGane&of/ucMic&j jwlevfaz^fiwi.. (5/uwaau alnneia at 
me wmcA. <(Q4tella s vl&U and viinnlria ww to* ^yearn 6> ov 

iwme 




ofeevelta& and fun ming&. 



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xpwriteie tauoAl cU mete QfcAaoA: 

zloate&j Qsefon,, QyaaAa 4 yecM- 

JiefoPj Qse&mj Q&aciAa 2 wecw6> 

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13 ^January, 1900- 13 VfiecemUv 1384 
^Ot<xym^nat<^n, c/ijeav ^La/ce, GmaAa 
Tpnitiddie Q/vedAa ^Lona aae 6 




{p/ivi&Ue wa& the etanl cni/d tn the ^Cana favntvu and tne 6e*iwn/A awl the yew* 
6ne kmu vvwn they, moved &<wn the ti/ue nou6e nevka&enfo nad owttt. tnta 



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fficawdmothew ^Umtjft Aou6e /eft to lAem at/iew death t/i&u wAewiled /worn Aew 
e&tale. 

Q7he wa& owoum eyed and o/ac/c /iaiw /iJoe /iew dad. Q/he wm 6own Jiowl/y- 
aftew new Mdlew c/Oe6fru had liad&ed a<way,. 

Wnewi we wa6 ft>uw yeaw& old new /tawenls tedd l/ieiw tAvnm and moved to 

li/i/iev Qlna/ce ^/tivew Vaueu 6eH/lna ^LewiMjl/Zej <^/da/io. o/Aewe aAe 

{Uawted zenool ftwsl awaae and a bi&lew cKulfyu wad iown. Qstew ftwni/u did not 
aAe ^CeuHMJUle vewu well 6& mey moved to cH^couwa wnewe Ifaewe would 6e 
oeHew eaucatton tow all me children. 

ipnwiddie a/fonded Wa^nlnalon awade $cn<xd. ( WnlcA uta6> waxed in J997J . 
Qsnewi attended z/\lc/c& C^eadenvu. Whew, tynwtMie wad aooul 43 new mot/tew 
Q//iaw / u Kpn^^ton^en ^cona died worn cownAllcallon olcnild teawlna. (2fne 
wa& a nuAAu cnild and loved to lilau m*zJc&-te/ie / oe J wie leawned to cut out wow 
ofhaAew do/A and wne^i &he nod to lend c/uupu me would lau on Ine/iawlow 
floor- woc/Una the cradle with one fool and deAtamina a tonool room full of doll 
and &ne a& Ine teaedwr would te newhlau,. 



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QTactAa. 



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Q/fvu csa&enfo taere: 





Q/Ptcwu tynP€&fen&e#i cwtd Qjbntt William ^Lo^ta 

Qfwa& me eiaA/h c/Ulaitt a family ofTplev&n, c/u/avettj 
Q/ftcwvu (p&tella ^Zxma <^qhiae#604ij xplava tylixauem 
^Lc^ta Q/AcUcAe^j &LeaA iyeay/^Lo^ia oOrianj &$lice 
(Sfevule oCo^va z/arlce^j Qjbwn, zyuyual ^ZAWva, Q/ttarlha 
zDe^Aa )£c4ta Q/owA&j cXJeMie ^Zxwwia ^ZL&na, Tp/witoie 
QsveMa ^Lo^va Treave&j G/avaA (pHew, ^Lo^a Tplav/ij 
yfiuoy Qy'ewt ^Cona (^aww&tiMwlhj ana often, 
ty/wtAfenAen ^£ona. 



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^taawence Ofto/mes JPeaver- 

*<wn,; 2b Qjfanuawu 4925 SrloeA oJp^ia j Jpsu&mvna 

Q^fcUAayniel Qfto/mes Weave** cmd ipAvid&ie QJ^eASa ^to^va 
zlDiea: 24 Qjfanuawu 4926 \ oDen^Unaib^ij oO ^Catce, <^c(aAa. 
v£cuiwerice was tAefw&toown, of the QAfa/Acmiel Q/to/mes 

Weave* (^atmlu. WAat aiau Ae was £wtAem Qftewas 
ocmt atA&me with a midwife. 2b Qjamiawu 4925 j Q/ta 
weiaAed f eiaAt cmd a Aa/£-fr<Mmcl. &$t ctwcA of/wings, 

Wuontiwa. Where AisfatAer was em/Uoyeaas a mine*. 
QtUs motAe* Aad6een <im ewnienta^u AcAool teaeAev at 

yfasA^natc^v (S^Aao/at QMtmffie/ieVj wAen &Ae met Q/lc/nves. 
&$Mcl/ate* went Id- visit (Sffolmes in SrloeA GJjitwuffi* a 



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iytoad ($7haw Aemwmance one weeK endwndtheu decided tk> 
aet mawied, meu were married '24 &q/wil 4924 ou the QHaAe 
& resident and then yp/vriasie went o^acA to resi^ neriov- at the 
Q/cAoot f and theu made mew Aome in c/iocA G//wina6. 




Q/Aey, vented a Aouse andmade a name andoecame active 
In the z/tocA Q7fwing& Ward, Woodruff Gffa/ce. Q/Aeir 
oitAoA was Q%wn (y/oana. TpArissie wot active in cyrintary 
and Qflolmes wot on me adiwitu committee ottAe Q/flQsQRi 
tAeu were so Aa/i/vu and nod wcwderuU times witA their 
neiaAoors awd friends. QsAen tAeaoodnews came that their 
viae heaven woutdsoon ve 6/essedwitA oaou maAes three. 
^Cawrence was oom. Q/te was a content and Aa/tJvu baAu. 



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QTUwmet was soft toad to Aave a Mm. 




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Announcing the Birth 
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QTftvina came ana ^catowtice was six in<mjA& <zmd t/um*i4 
we^re aotna welt. GsA&u aid not cam an outfit ow a ca*. Gfo 
oneaau Q/u>tme& came Aome witA a oeaMtiful oa/m ft&ant 
(ouaau/ aw me oaku, Q/o then could stro/t aocut me town in 
style. Qftow t/i&illed TpAriA&ie was now me could ta/ce the oavu 
and cotnftanu to- ^vitnami and to- snoft and sueA. 



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KpArtMie and &C<Miwenee. 




the tocwaAou&e. Q/tiau 4995 itt c/iac/c GTfwwia&j Wyotwwia. 




Qftalmes with cLauwetice and Kp/wtMie loo. 



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QsAeir home in the b^zc/cyroundj <^wasoneo£tAecomAany 
Acute*. 

&$ letter came one day wit/i news tAat Qfudmes dad, 
Q/vtites ^^ranktin AeauA was£ii/iny a^ would Q/udmes 
come ifAe wanted to see Atefatne* alive. Q/z was winter, QJo 
QrCo/mescaaaniatraiMlo oOenninato?t rioAtandlelfc 
Tpnrissie mere few the time oeina. Q/us dock' health worsens 
wndso Qfudmes returned to z/locA G7fwinas to aet /lis laniilu. 
&tAey Aadoed uA their, thtna^j settledtheir affairs andloarded 
the train to* zHjear *£alce Jalleyj (^IdaAo. zDa^iny me 
iowmey ^Lauprence veyan to fuss a lot and teemed to oe 
ranniny a lever, wnicA made them rather anxious to yet to 
their destination. QsAey arrived a#id scuo M nel/i oy that time 
^tauprence was very, iH. TpArissie was very, weary from travel 
£>r die was eiaAtntonths with cnitd. 

C^twas me oeginnina o/me QJVew (y/ear and Q/Hiies 
(^ranlclin was not eatvected f to live muen lonyer. Q/iefrassed 
away 4 (ytcmua&y 4926. Qfle was lariedthe ffth in the 
zffienniviafon cemetery and it was a very tdastery day the 
snow was very dee/i and it was Aa&dtoyetttfr the nittto the 
cemetery. ^Lauprence was diaynosedas Acviwny the dfrinat 
meninaitis Ae darted to Aave seizures andAis Aead would Oend 



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clear lacA to Al& AeeA Ae toiffereda lot. (5/acA 6orroto at tAi& 
time lor tAem and all concerned. ^Lauprence lllnete oecame 
worse and Ae flatted awauiuU tAree aay& before Ai&fw&t 
o^rmaau at Al& a#anaAarenfo Aome the 24 Qjanaar / u 4926. 
CAje cause of tAe Infectious nature oftAe disease tAeu were 
aua&antined and tAere was no service Aeld. &nce aaatn tAeu 
lau tb> rest a love owe, near Ait aran<ifaiAer Q/fviles 
(^ranAlin. QsAe snow- was a wot alone tA# fence Aosts. &$■ 
bmall Irate marlcer Aas marAedlAe 6JicttA#ouaA tAe uears. 




QsAis was a morttime on eartAfor ^Law^rence lot ipArissie 
ana Qrtotmes mere so arateud for tAe temAle olessina tAatmade 
tAem and eternal family,. QsAe time wouldcome wAen tAeu 
sAould meet aaain ana rejoice. Q/Ais wrouaAtmacA comfortto 
tAem. 



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QsAi& dear ovomerj c& a tribute to your time cm earth. &$l 
tfiviigA Q? have not veheld your face, Qs /moot you are with 
ourAarents and also have met your brother zDavid Tp/ement 
who has Aateed oeyowd the veil. Q/te was a/vrmce of a man 
and <3rhoAe mat Or cam tvve w&rthyj that when my turn cm 
earth is throuah Qrmay meet you aUaaam. q/outs O/ruly 

q/out lister Q/fteliu. 



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are: 




QA/attomiel Q/io/nveA Weaver and Kp/w€66ie Qsret&a ^£o4ia 
Q/fla&ie wa& aowt 40 (^eovaawu 4326 a month after Aer 
ara^t(Mztner Q/(lite6> (^ratt/cutt Weaver anaAer another 
^Cauprenee Qftotmet JPeavw aiea. Wnata c<ym£>rl ^Ae umm 
lb- Aer motner. 



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C^wUatuue a^va ' fawulu atnonw ae/vueved Aev 




Q/fliles (^^a^mun and *£<uwte<wce Qftolme& JVeave^neld 
>y ^wxttdmo/foev GiavaA fyutocuwth Weave*. 



\t 4b odtavcA 4927 an&tfae* aaoyai^/waA aownfaw and 
v/ae eued. QsAeu named tie/* Tpvauue ^tauAe Weave* (Qua 





Odtarle & tyvakue ^Louise Weave* 

\prwi66ie often* said of Q/Havie-j &Ae toot a ve*w oeauHuU aavu 
tvlth Ae* /due ewet andaavK Aai*. G/ae ataa au&aut so- wd/lnu 
fo Ae/fi and aae* )£o€u&e ar*vued&Ae would ' aett/ie diaAe*s 
wAen the aavu oried and iwina ifoem fo> Aer and snowed a 



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genuine i>nte<pe6led in, c£<Hu6e ana luwmted fo Ae/A mUA 




Q/Aey were forced ofi tAe farm Ay family menders and ' tacJc ufr residence in oMonthelier at 
C^duntoKitty &&nn jfrriyAt's Aome. QMere tAey s/ienttAe newt winter. Q%i the- s/tr^na dteir 
mo/Aw toed tAem to Aer sister s in gj/race, (^rdaAo to- visit and ' tAere- tAey aot Scarlet fewer and Aad 
to- extend f tAeir vitil mm were terrilde ill few some time, (^fier /Aot Q/udmes came few tAem and 
with, the team olAo^rses- Ae nod they worlced there way uA Aaalina oeets andwA&n Aauvna season 
oeaan that wot Aisferide as the team worAed well with (lie derrick. QJAeu AelfeedatlAe Aayina in 
^yiexoa^a and then went to <$seton zHasin to- Aelh ZLeiaA and odlartAa <2/onlc&lor the summer 
ipArissie tended OdlartAa's children wAile sAelurtAer Aer scAoolina do- sAe could teach" . QSColmes 




aot aiol witA tAe ti and Qs Qfuaar ipom/kany Ael/Una loadina the limestone at tAe TpAafan 
sidina. <$shey rented 'a small 'Aouse down in tAe field f (Aot Aelonaed to cxjisAcfi CAJamsides. 
^Arissie was witA cAiH and went to QwtartAa's to Aave tAe Aaly tAere was commutation. GsAey Aad 
tAe ^r. come tAe Aaly was AreecA and xpAvissie was in stress tAey didnotAnow ifetAey could save 
tAem AytAesAillofetAe ffl*. saved tAe day (£$son was lorn attAe &on/a Q%ome i^tPictor, 
(^daAotAey named f Aim^avid Element Q fPeaver. Wn id f §cto6eri929. (Mvy lived 'fir a year 
d^eton ^asi^o^ertA^tim^and<£l^>lmesworAedat^ TpAa/Un sidina. 



orsowt, 



537 



Qflavme&j \pn#tMte ana (pua Q/fuvrie, zDavid ipl&m&nt, vptU66ie ^LoaiAe. 

QsA&u moved la ^Lincoln, to toorA at me 6aaa& facldmf mere in, 
433 3. QsAeu IwU &ued in me zDoU Qsowtt a teetioit ofAou&e 
few tem/wvawu tenants wAo upor/ced cuwina me seatexn ran. 
QsAen meu moved doumtoum across yW me AeAooland 
cAu&eA. QPn a comAanu Acute. JPnien late* meu mere aole to 
AarcAate. QsAere me cAtldren cou/danilA acrou me wad to- all 
me acUvMet tn me <xvmmani&u. TVAata tiw^taerud location 
fo&afanUlu. 

(^AefamUu Uvea in this Aoii&efwaftu ueaxs,, a& the yecwt wentbu they 
made wnfexowewienfo fo the canasea/i* ana like Aou&efryoAe*. 



538 



Sftctiwe fa/c&n, in, QA/owemte* ivAen the font 
Gstwtola/tt 



cwme. 




Q/ttu c/uldAaad A&me at '^Cincalnj ^ffiownevute cauntu 
&saaAa. Qs lived Aere until Qs uwmceaa& a tete/iAone 
ofeevafop and went to- ZsiicKb tyoUeaetfaen Qs niawied ana 
Aavetiveain iyoeateUo-j ^OannoeKj (^saaAa ever &ince. 



Qs attended ^Lincoln {ptementawu and avaduated irowi the 
eiaAtarade. Gshen attended &^mnw^n QfuyA (5fcAoc/and 
there Qs aradtuitea ^m a denies in 49 



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539 




Bonneville Historical Society pnoto 







\<2CK two-: zDovowu G&*wn Qywen&j ofaru y*j/aKe. i^jawa^a (3/fatO€o/, cirio/terl <3/foclcl<i*cl 
G/M&na 33e/& <£&*<&, 0^a Q/ftcuUe ^VecweVj 3rlo6e#t &&. (palert, Q&aye xpAaJjfcn, andVfielta 



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540 



o9 a/tended ' cAuvcA at the Suwcaln, ^ffravd 




'.&!: ■* ^?4 ^W§ *; *^' 



?&*.-.& <$-*^ • 




iCiwco/n, Jwct&din, ^Lvwcc/n, ZAJO^vne^iHlce KQotvntuj Qyaana 



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541 



Qwtcwie ^icwicAetta and Ae& Qpvcmd tyAudren; Q/haune ^iatvcAeifaj 
Q%>pe<mu ^icwicAetta, Tpwwlu ^icwtcAetfaj and Q/Aoum, \pAaiiale<K. 




542 



*Ma oMa^e (J fKt 



eaAiew 



40 Q^e/yMUMm 4326 1& me dau im, ^dewnt&iaforij 
>eaw ^CaAe , G/claAa an me fawwi vn me name of new 

aa^amufa/ne^ m<zt (Qua Q/I/Lawie Weaver wu6> oovw fc Kpnm^le 
Qsice&xi ^Cona <vnd QyVcUna^ntm oTtalni^ Weaver one manm 
aftew /lew vwoJnev ^fxutwence Q/valnves <vnd a^u^afmnew QWlueti 
(^wawJclin Weaver nad /luMea aAvau. 




543 




544 



Qjote/tA ^tee ^fanvcAetfaj 3ne#&<moU offLfomf 



zxjomi 4923 in <yoecUello> J ^ooynnochj QfdctAo- 
Qfu& is the torn of Qpueti/t/U ^ioMcAetta cma tyoifoina 
zD' &$naellli. JVAose fanUue& came as iwimiawMvfo fo settie in 
^occUeua, Qfawn (^n&etwiaj C&taluj a/nd (4>ca£ed al<yna me 





545 




V.V- 

- 

. « > ■» 
. - » ~ 



ypvit&ie *£o€UAe rret 



ecvuw 



546 




■ • .4 

* a 



r*. * 



^JLorfLvie °f(4< > 



eawp 



547 




QToefano- ^tancAeHa danai/na o^u tftetv aelivewu fo€te/c>fiw the 
iyveswo- TPnoletale <xztuvu cmaoeev y®ti6inete. r^/ov umm the drive*. 



548 




549 










550 




QsAanK&aiiHtia at yfijecKu iyiaae^tifms A&me wi zD^iaa^j QTaaAa 



551 



Q/fu/area (ptn/wu, iyuMawne Q7. fytnfieu to-/ QjpotAua fpmA&u. 

zDe^mis ofoe Tpvn/ieu, zlOec/c^ (p. i/ioAe^tio^Vj (Q/fuwn/ Q/fte/ua 
JV. {pvnfi&u, iyixmctu (pwi/wu, zDavia (p . (pm/wUj Q/faven, Qrt. 
tptnfi&Uj 3 f* iyianaaU q?. iyio/wrfoottj Qje^vne^- )£. iylaoe#l604ij 
*£i&a (pwtAeUj Tpnvi&tme JpvnAeu. y®acAj GS$w<m q?. TpntAeUj Q/. 
Q/KicAael'^fnAeUj Q/kaarv ^Aanale^j Qfara (pinAe<u. 

QsAe zDawell (pari {pvnfi&u Qfiamivu at Q%nn€^y , 6' iaAfom at 
QDviaat GHdAe QjrCau&e. 



552 




)£owawie Tret 



eaver 



553 




o4(a*ie Off&vue* < 19U0> 



554 




555 




556 







Tpindu Q/fta&ie ^iancAefta 
16 y*. *@IJ 4- 1999 



557 




d&enw* yea* 1999 ISyM.^/d. 

Qja^veuun OAflnetee^i /uvnctred fwnetu - nine owe o'cIock 
at ^evwutta Q/fuMticiAcU GS&Kutovuwn,. 




^£2n*x>lm GyVcwwi 0a&£ QtuoA G/cAoo/ 




558 



*lla Q^L^e a fKt 



eawv 



40 (^eiwtMMy 4326 i& the clou iw, ^enmwafon, 
eaw a£<z/ce , G/ciaAa ow, tfoe uwwi i#i the n<yme ofAew 

Q/'Wtito ^£cwa an^ QA/aJ^ Weavw- one moniA 

Qjr^a^iJcu^i Weaver 





559 




ipifcfctee ^Couue tfteavw (KplemetiP 

Jra& vemi QwCcwcn 44, 4327 in i^^nni^tato^ij cxiea* ^£a&e, 
(^rcumo-. &e<xmd (tcutonfe* mi#d cAi/a iTape<nfo ave 





oAcUAaniel ' &tolme& rrei 



eave& 



KQn#€66€e (i/ve6&a ^C<ma 



Q/Ae£i^ulu wa& liwwa ott the Q/flile^ (^vow/cutt fawn,. 

JVAe^e m&u moved wAe>n, ap&nafathe* vecoMte ill atvd Ao6&ed 
auwAi. Q&*tfibe Mime tvme Ae& iwoJfoe>p ^tcuu^ence Ofte/met 
was ill wi/n dAinal meninailU AaatedauHVU with in a uteeJc of 



560 



^Couite, 



Valesviej 



<&9U 








'ne 



QSodd cTlote KQ dement 
of \p?w€toie omd Ofto/mes Weave* (^o>mUie6 . 



561 



awmclfatntiM AaA&ina cmdvoJfo a^ ott^ied in, toe iffietnyninjifon, 

cemefewu. 




Mi. t — 




Q/fu/ei Q&r&n/c/in- rrecwe* G/a*aA (p/iKa/ie£h and ^tdawnce Qftolmei n^ec 



eaw* 








^Cotu&e 2 / U<K. 



Q/tlcwie cmd *£oui&e &wew 



fiaren/b w&w carina £w $wz<ndni*)jAe<v QTawxA (puxa6<eth 
^ZLwuutiu Weaver wAo6e Aeauh wa& A00&. Qftolme&wa& 



562 



ItuedtAere tMttM tAe pratulmolAer TPeaver famed ' awau. 
O/Aen tAe family, memlesM w<intedtAewAa&toftAe rancA-. 
Q/tclmes fated to- aet mem to* wait antit ' Ae act tAe orotic in and 
men, Ae <XMe/dfrau mem all mew Aart and ' AeeA tAe lawn. 
O/Aal 'cud not set 'well. tlnveAnoiwib to Qftolmes Aa IwolAer in 
laws ^yu>y and Q/Hitt i/wm^^ 

mem. Oftc/mes sister and otAers carne wAile Q/Cotmes was In 
tAeuelds and storied mveitwna outtAeir ve/owatngs In to- me 
uavd. G&wuimovlna mere oum In most was aone (vu me time 
Q/Colmes retained. QjnMfanUvu was terrified and oe side 
tAemselves. QsAey> aamered uA tAeir stuff and moved into 
QMovUjAeiler witA <£rColmes' &^ant<£Ktttu &$nn TrripAt 
wAere tAeu met. Jrhenty/w€6&€eAaal^ 



mown. 



Q/o tAeu lived In the two wont rooms £>r the winter. 




<£f{fflu &dnn a fi4iaAt (§%e was mucA loved fa Aer 
JUndness. (§^ Aad a s/iecial li/clnffa Qfudmes. 



563 



Tp&me dfrrina ipAriMie tbcA Aw Ifflie awu a4tdiue>ntfo> ofazce 
fo vi&it Aw aMw \p/a&a& familu. QsAwe me tfau (weame 
eafenaed because meawA cauaM toxwlel few* cmauwve auife M. 
QsAeu Own, (teciaeameu would ta/oe mew oe/owawuu ana 
Q?(o/me& team otAov&et cmd tvtwAed mew mau to* t/fifiw 
&naAe c/vvvw Vau&u wAeve mott 'ofXpAviA&iet' familu 
wwmae*r& livea. QsAwe Qflolme& Ae/Aeavn< me ruuMna otAcvu 
a/na uAvna me feoAn-fov a&wicA /uul. 




QJT€WH€* & €if &%etzdet*fr Q%uzda 





4e*d(e wa*uf(^G?waa0 </?£>>. aefrfe lp/kpfj*i Jtaika. <*cOwee/ 



564 



&t a aMUedoeae dte*e. 
&a**Hf die* fane (^^^^^^^^y^^O^^^ tcddaken 

/&&ea€X6fe aiiwm tin d(eAe£fdedw^Ma& c^Dtd/^ &$e&en<tad&tt. 
QJZcwMeit &ecam# pea^e&awt/e&at £*t dev/wukifcxfaie Jetmme*. 
Qm&u deueue *tt&aa> af&zf/t&ie /Sbe>u Maaatoftitaiat mtidajva. 

J&me €0M€&0* dte cdriiet &te €& Me ataMea/w catfSbe*. 

G$e & die &ew/0&kftein> dedltmdh a^u/de* d*&d(ext €&u/ 

4&de*&€&ee; 




565 




ipw4&ce ^Loui&e JVeaAtew aae 2 V2 teedivia me lam/fA om the £a<wn, 



566 




(plla Q/tlavie 4 a^ tyivtew ~Loiu&e 3 Weave* 



567 




GAadatue/ Q/&6n& yp&we* d&zvu^t d%k* yto&y QXtade 



568 




atotuAe Tret 



eoww 



569 



cover 



49WctMr49 29 
zDavid f Tp/ement Weave* was the Z towij fourth cnud 6<wn 
to oMitAattie/ Q7iolme6> TPeaver and 'tphris&ie o/reSAa ^to^ia. 




yftawcA Qfwme ofQ/fuirina and (QuiaA Q/onlcs 

QtCc was, oorn on the (^LeiaeJ morlfivr tylwaAj QJon/cs 
rancA weav Tietor, (^aaAo, wAerc nMfol/cs nod come from 
i^enninatonj i^Jear ^Ca/ce countuj theu needed a /dace toao 
and&o theu tooA care op Ait mother '& tester, Q/Ma#tha'£famivu 
tvAue me too/o tome eaucation elate attiMnmer 6enool. &olnd 
Aemed *£ieae on the rancA. QsAeu remained there into Oct. 
oecau&e of the eafrected event. QsAeu then move to a Aou&e next 
to the &idina at TpAa/Unj wnere the ore is loaded on the train to 
snifv to the (^/aaar facforw in ^Ltwcolnj QydaAo. Ofto/mes Aad 
Aecwred aioo at the reclc auarr / u£>r It and Qj (^Aiaar \po.j 



570 



uA Q^oa; cvee/c ccmucm on, the (pa&t QHcle o£tAe ftx/l&Ujia&t 
south ol zDa&au cawu&rt,. QTle^Una fo 6#ina the ove to t/ie 

ae/da wuy& in a 6tna/l&oyme Aou&e Motfa&wowi, QJefon, cvee/c 
JuU out W ^vuffi.itmieA wu&oumedwu yfiji&/wfr zlOurnUae^. 
Qfu& ^adtooA ill in, the 6/wwia cma-tooA notame to- wovKfov 3 ov 
fbu& months. 




QdLrie, Vfioyuul, a*iJ ( £ouise J luc/c: Q%>lm<» Sf^^mie at 
Jicto&j Q%/aAo. 



571 



^nedau (p&tellaand Horia C£^nder4on Ais motAers' Aisler 
and Aasoand came to- visit and asAed tAem iftA&u w<w/dcome 
and run tAew farm last iiA tAe ^Lincoln road a mile and a 
Aalf. 

^jecause zKiria ran the Hand (^conrfwmu $Ao/is ana 
fy&tella ran the aoa&aina noose across the street f&r the liana 
(^Qfuacw tyonrfuinu. QyAe£znulu lived tAere theu^t 
winter ana Ofto/mes w&rAed at the Qfuaar ^ontAanu cuirina 
the can^Aaian. (i/A&u then vented a tmallAome in zDoMtoam 
wcatediust across from wAere the ^Lincoln cemetery is located. 
Q/Ais was teni/uwawu Aoosina for the w&rAers cla&ina the leet 
run and cantAaian. QsAen a areat o/essina came the &uaar 
contAanu was Aellina off the move Jwrnianent rentals of row 
noosed thatmaae u/i the main street of^tincoln. Q/ttefo/As 
were awe to oou one of those nooses. QsAeir noose was located 
across the tfoeetfrom tAe comer oftAeavaae AcAool lot wAere it 
Joined C^olustin^ farmaelds. QsAe cAarcA was on the o/Aer 
cornier oftAearaae 6cAoo/. Q/o tAefanuou was ao/e toaa to 
6cAool and cAarcA with outawu t^oyn^io^tatian Aro/denu and 



572 



mat In me new* of ail cwnwuinttu adtvMet. &$nd€u<wJc at the 
factowt uhx&JuU clown, me &fyeetawote me tovndovee/c. 
QsAere me fanMu arew &eeiwe and /uz/ifcu imtUeacA cAM 
cAote fa AeeK mew own clettinuj coMeae, /u>me, ov cowee*. 
Q/Aeve meAcwenfo *«00W€wWW^#*^^5fc^^3&*^<z«*#^ wAicn mat 
about a tfian ofiuPu yeata. 



(3sAere zDavid ' &eaan AcAoolattAe ^Li^voo/n Jplementowu. 




Q/Ho6fo/iA&m we^e Qfux/ifiy QDay&j 



573 








574 



OU& 



yfimK kesl lived down me street a couAle o/Aouse easto/c 
noose tn the row. Qfte came fc/ua/u every day andAe toas 
yoanacr than zDaviotto Ae often came to A/aw witA Q/(le/6a, 
u<n/U zDavid came from scAool and ' tAe stwnmer time ufere /ots 
o&fan until aoout sicctA arade. 

&utitA'sfatAe>r upos Known avot&ttoum as c%5un (^Hoadard. 
Qtu& real name tua& &$lfon. 

QtCc w&rAedat U ana Qs (5fuyar as a fufa utter fb& many 
years until Ae retired. Qtua another c!ooA liveddown wi the 
vannA ol G/and creek. 



575 



<M* Q Pf4aver. 6cyA <*nd®fia(l'f982. 







*» "«fc % Vn 1 %| h 



• 



V 









zDavid Trecwe&j zDewin, rreaawPj zD&n, JfrecwWj cmd 



576 




Qswe&ia and Q/vli&yu Weaver, GyVcd/ian, cmd oQe nit '/?ia/t 



577 



Q/fle/ia rreaweVj (cpin/wu/ 
hertomal QfUdtovy 

Q^ie/ia ( yVeave* 

W$o*«n, 21 ofane 1334 
Aictumd <me yew* and Ihvee 
tnanm^old. 

Q/fleuKi Weave* U me miva 
aauanJevoftyA>*€teie QsveMa 
)£xma and <2A/a^ha^el QfUwnves 
Weave*, fifth cAuaoflhis 
family,. Qme was me oaoyfo** 
&ia;yea*& oeliwe Ae* totte* 
)£o4**OMie woa 6<y*n. Q/he mat 
i<y*n, in, <^daAo> Q^atii to. zt). 

Q/. Qfux/Ufal , tifaateaoM, Q/Hemovial zD*vve vy me $na/ce *lve* vn 

GyaaAa (-yPaUbj ^ttownevule county . 





I ® &. ' &&4/Utali<Util$23 



578 




QMe/laWe* 



ea/iP&v 



579 



Q/ftew<i was Ihe owlu one aowt vn, a AodAtfcU Aecaute Aev mowi mat AiaA i*€Mc> 
ana zDv. Jre&t insidea $Ae tone nc> cAwnces. Qfte* twomev WawidwaAfvue 
yeata o/d wA&?i &ne wa& ocwi. Q/he iwza a itery, Avettu bavu. 



580 





581 




582 




orfQU^ 



e<zvw 



583 




<Wc 



ewvw 




Q/fielua Jreavw <itme QjfoAn ^£<ma veuni&w 4338 



584 



0**0^ ™<w^®<*r/&e#6o#ud 




id 3 3 5 mantA& 42 c/aya o/d 



'a&m/ltya^tyinfeey, wm hewn 31 oMay 1333 vn GfyaAo 



■ 




Q%LAo dFa/k S. W. (3\ gMm/U^/hm// 1923 



585 




cwweU atcme 'uea^ old cs6ty£fid<i<u 4333 



zDaweM lived ax/fa /U&Aawevifo in C^Unnvan ^down&iHue 
county, GyaaAa at me /vanve &£ rd^ aw<in<m<i^e^ni^ 
Q/vlcwia> (pmJwu . 





Q/fli/c/^ed cs ^ie6t(ind (pawl (pnzA&u. 



586 



zDoywell 6> foucA UAjed vn (he (pmAeu Ziou&e (n (he vom&u wKA 
AtA <waMJZfa£new omd av<iMimA}(hew . (pawl fooJc cave op (he Uoc/c 
cmd rub (wwvew ^yjfaAe live cm (he cuweaae tew(h of GS$mwio?i 





wewe haw&iew few 



aM (hew wwwwva "tfea/^. zDavwell /Uc(uwed (n 4935 ami 4937. 




oui 




JW#. iinuyn 



587 





588 



Q ffi / atUa dFatAev? 
Qrte't strength and security, /augAter and fan, 
GS&frrtnce to Ae& daugAters, a/ia/to Ats son 
0£* a#eat &tbwu —teller andmende* of* toys 
JVAo's seldom disma/ued ' bu hUstamilu's noise 
Qrte's ayn everyday santa umo> brings Aonve swr/vrises 
Q/Ae man to constat wAen aAvcddem arises 



Q£& 



eaaer 



a wovAer as tAere'U eve* be 



rrAo- aMzntau 'me oest£>r his wAa/e family 
Qsle's a lotpiny Instructor wAo struagles teacA 
Qfus cAudto acAieve alttAeaoals owe cou/d'reacA 
C£$>ndAe Knouts in nis heart that its uwrtA alt the ootAer 
TPAen Ae Aetna that cAild say , QsAatmaai ? Qfles my (SratAerf 




IV* 



- 





•6^4 { ,' • ■;** 



" IT I 



last days on tAe vancA. 



589 




■ft* fi *^^& 





3: 











1 







u 






to 







<*- 
q <r 


H- 




b 2 


OJ 




4-> 


£ 




L. 


I— 





u. 


<r 


**- 





(A 

!_ 

(LI 

>- 

CSI 




in 



c 



590 



zDewrut Qfoe> (pwife&u 2fer&<mcU ' offhtovu 




*e>n&u& toot aomt, i&t, CAJOiAe, GStfclaj QTaaAoaX G/t. ^LitAe 



591 







AP-tsK+M 



'ennes qJov TpwtAeu Qjusttuw- Aoars old. 




are 



Q/ftewa weave** and zDarrelc {par/ 
fyntAeu. Q/tUuilAer was a vocational &&iMeauare teacAer 
atO/Cana QfUaA Q/cAoo/. &$t Q/Cana, GRtaa , Q/aaAa. 
tyioAleen miles toutAweU of CAjoise and Q/Heridian. &$ small 
convnvanitu aaainsliAe deserlarea wAere me Qstana caves 
are. Q¥t did nol Aave anu medical facilities Ac- -uou Aada 
cAoiee ofOAfamAa o<k zxJoise. 

QtUs parents Aadiust unisA^ tA^ir 6lau in ijOaoenAausenj 
Q/tessenj ^erntanu . TVAere Am father Aad sewed as a 
U.Q/. &^r*m^ o^&eer £)^r 3ff nwntmtoarofdatuintAe 54& 
Qwe/d GStfviiMeivu. JVas discAaraedin qJu/u. (S/Aen Ae 



592 



secured a iov> to- teticn 6eAoolto^ the neat / ue<w vn, oTuma. 
QfcAool oeaoyn tn Gfe/Uemaev awa ' (Aeu vented a Aoute cmd&et 
uA Aou&e /cee/Una //* v/ock &o4n the scAaai <U tAe old 
Q/fleMwdMfazt^^ TPe cou/d Aee tAe CS$a JwA A<ze/o 

clo&r&fh&m the windows of the Aome so toe Knew- wAeve aad wa& 
mottofthe time, (^^/uidfouv cntwcneb In the foum but the 
«Z. ~l). Q/. cnu&cn wa& out in, tnefa&mina cwea, 5 mi/e& tooth of 
town. 



593 



zDcwid mat the beeottdtowi of^<zmell<ind Q/vlewa, JPecwev 
(pvn/wu. Qfie wa& 6w*n, in, 3$<M6e , &$daj C^rdaAo. &^uQft. 
^CuAet Qftot/Utd/. oA/owemow 24 j 4957. 

QfttefoymUu nonve wot in, a bmall w&mU comantwUfa Acuta we&t 
oJ Q/fwricUcm <ia€u<n4ttfae de&evt. Qrtiu<z& ca/lea QsuMtaj 
^aaAa. QjAeve Ai& father woa enUucyed as tike Va-aa teac/iev 
at Qsuinaj Q/uaA G/cnoc/. Q/Vo> Aot/Ufa/vn the cotwmwrU&u 6& 
itwoA either oA/cwnAa <w- cAJouefiw wwaiccU thtttat. 




594 




Empey - Shearer Engagement 



Mr. and Mrs. Gordon R. 
Shearer are happy to announce the 
engagement and forthcoming 
marriage of their daughter, 
Rosaline to David Karl Kmpey. 
son of Mr, and Mrs. Darrell 
Empi 

David is a graduate of Teton 
High School and attended the 
University Of Utah. He is employ- 
ed in Rexburg. 

Rosanne is a graduate of 
Jackson Hoie High School and is 
employed with the Forest Service. 



The couple plan to be married in 
the Idaho Palls Temple on Friday. 
November 17. They will reside in 
Salt Lake where David will 
continue his education. 

A reception will be held in ih 
honor in the Jackson Hole Ward 
Relief Society Room that eve 
from 7 until 9 p.m. and an Open 
House in the Driggs Stake Center 
on Saturday. November 18 from 7 
until 9 p.m. All friends and 
relatives are cordially invited to 
attend. 



595 



cstotowwie <§7heave& (pwifeeu 




owt: 44 Qjfime 4960 
G7a/t &LaAe ipitu, CuaA, luaA. Gslhe is me owvu aauaJder 
Oftfoef&mivu of five c/u/are#i. 

(3%e oMatwed^awul (pm/wu 24 oMwem/w* 4978 at 
<MtA» C&a/k^tAe QfaaAo <&a/& 3^&<Mni/Ue. 

QsA&u nave &€& c/u/arem; 

4. z/iana^u (pa&l (ptnA&u ocwt 48 &cfooe& 4979. 
2. vp/witfime (pwiA&u vvwt 25 zDecenvae^ 4980. 
Q/fuwmea zDamow, ^Ha/w^ Qjet/ce 46 
(^eowtawu 2002 in, ^reavl Qfta&hwj Qjfuuvati. 
Qswo ty/Ula&e<n,; 

orftariyaA f-Jedce 40 Q^CzvcA 2000, aac/Ued. 
&tfma*a ^aaalee ofarfce 23 Q^laf 2004. 



596 



3. 

5. 
6. 



ZU&a (pinfiey,, 6<wn, 9 Q/tfla&cA 4982. 
G7ara (ptnfiety, Aewi 46 qJu/u 4984. 
GRfawm Srlau (pm/i&u, 6ovti 45 (£tyua 4985. 
ofiJuia Vficwlcl ^pm/wf, 6vwi 27 G$fa/4992. 







597 




\owv: 24 (^Arow&maer- 4357 
'doe, G$*aa ctxisn/uj QsaaAa. 

zDatPod wa& t/w tecoma &em of zz)oy?we/l Qyna Q/fteuKi JVeav&p QmAeu. 
fwmi/u Aowie wad i#i a ton<z/l W?W ccmt^ruim^tu iowtfa we&l of Q/Mewiaioyri 



598 



Gftewn Qfte/met (pm/iey, /wv&onal 'Ai&tbvu 



QHeven Ofte/met at three montA& taAen QMarcA 4964. 
Q/ie>ven i& oar little Q/Vew (y/eaM Ae was iom tAefot&t6<yu in 

^Doite in, 4964. Q$n the /ate cdbetwoon*. Q/Ae second cAi/d 
town, on tAatdau. Jre tAoaaAtAe oHMildcome ear/iev /iAe 

\pAvi&tma6> out Ae tooA Ait time and so ^vaMaaadtymA&u 
camefov tAe occasion anaujentaacA tb> Qsawn Q/'atlsfiw 
Q/flado/wn Aad Aer tittle vou ojAo was sa/iAose to come£>r new 
yeata. QsA&u lettandtAen Worrell Aad fne aw/A Oman to tAe 
oreeA at tAe endoftA^Aastare craadina tnroagsi alt tAe fences. 
Q/Aen a*e came &acA zDar^eU Aad to ao meetwi/A a stadentof 
G^^&$£w a Ait and &rAnew oicuttAen tAatAe abetter not 
stau to Zona. Qfo ate soon awe in route to cxjoise to &t. &Cu/ce 
Q7vo6/Uta/. Qfie wot Aovn witAin tAvee Aoars andaUwas weu 
andaaicA. QfCe ante a6/e to AeneiM L from a/c Ainas ofyiffo. 
^Ve Aad f £wmalaj /hz/A aceesso^ieSrj Verier fiod ' diafievs and 
Aaa. watfifoj frAotot taAet and etc. 



599 



^£triaa q%om, Qjfit&n&v 
owi: 25 oMaf 1963 

lac/ai^otj ^OinaAam Tpoun&u, QZ/aaAa c/O/Q^ 
OTtev cs awewfo awe: 
(^yj&c/c QsC. Q^foAew a*nd qT&ow, (pvawA 
&he Q/Hwwiecl (~>Mmwri Q/totwie& QmA&u 



'91 



22 Q$fy*t/l983 

at Q/aaAa Q^au&j Q/aaAa 

In the C^rdaAa Q^a/A &aaAa ^^JOfd/eni/Ue 

Qsn&u /lave (me G/cm 

Q/ftucAae/ G/tev&n (jpmAeu 

c/Ocww 

20 ofiwi 198 b 

at 

Kjveamiwaj Q/flaaiAo^ij G/aaA<> 



600 



QHew&ri, ^tlndaj wrwl Q/Hi<Jwal tymfau 4386. 




601 



ecwu Q/u&an (pwtA&u, &e<v&04tal Q/utfowu. 



ecwu G7u4an fpniAeu mat ocmv 42 Qjane 4962j at cxioi&ej 
&$da, Q^aaAa at Off. &£aX&'£ QTUx/Uta/. Q7he lived at 
Q^Cana, Q^aana with new (^atnilu zDavveU and Q/ftewa, 
fymAeu anaAev three twotfoer&j zDenni&j zDavidj ana Q/feven. 
^x)arina Ifoe tiwnmev of 4963 the (^amivu moved to ^viaa&j 
QraaAo>. Qftere me avea* and entered Acnoot; G/&e avem- tb> oe a 
very, lavetu wMwia ladu. G/he attended and a#€Eduated fwwn, 
(5/eton QfuaA QfcAoot. Q/he enjjyuea life Aeve andmade 
manu frienai. (5/Ae aJtendeda tummev tertian at csUe/c& 
ipoUegein clH^Muuvaj QyaaAa and Aeve mee& ^Hxindu 
iyixwe^tianj wnom me mavviedon 29 Q/Vowemoev 4980. 
Qjennifw )£o€u&e z/ixwertian wa& ocwi to mem on 4 G$m<rit 
498 ff j in &^wuaaera€oej Q/Vew> Q/tteodco. 



602 



Q^tUi^e is tAe ftwU c^ oar cAMvew /mm .in ^viagt,, &eton 
yau&jfj QPaciAo. JPAeve toe mowed to teacA scAool. 

Gftwrn Q/XAMvaj &^claj GMlaAo. ^Ve ivupAt ouv Aome <m tAe cowievof 
&$&A/ey attd oA/ortAAwst (Qaat '. 

Q/Ais is an article Aw tAe J\ic/cs TpoMeae G/wmwUt 'nuiaax^w aAoat 
(-yjulw tAiwd foife to (-yjtemiAaAem. Qj/ds tome as an irttstracfcw ofOA^awsina 
au£A «y am Qftartiew KJvic/c& Kpotteae. ( ^ > iatie /iMfewsaae Aver narsiria 
career to areator AveiaAt^ toon s/ve and aw eaAected sAve is a Aawd awwcer 
ana Ams tAxztstocA to it stow mat ittaJces. 

QJAve first tirne Qjulie atentto tAe fur east qTvoAu tana sAie awntas a 
narsina student tn a AiAot 'coarse, amove tne narsina stoaewts coatd 
eaAerienee toe nui/to-cr/Mural aaAed W nurstna at toe local AoA^wtots in toe 
area. &$Aso tA&u atoatd team of tAe Q7wAu land and its JdiAAieaA 
iia^u^ca^ice at the caj. q/. U. ^TemisaAem, Tpentor . Q/o tAey^ sfient 
tAeir last semester as a ntirsina student toere. 



603 



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By RdmM Sbirky C84) 

A group oi nursing students enters 
a hospital situated on the Mount of 
Olives in Jerusalem, Their lab coats 
are the same as you might see at 
Eastern Idaho Regional Medical 
Center in Idaho Falls, Idaho. 
But today one of them might help 
an Arab mother change her baby's 
diaper; while at another hospital a 
nurse might hold a sick Jewish child 
while the parent gets some much- 
needed rest. 

For 18 Ricks College nursing 
students, Jerusalem is a unique 
home for a semester. They see rhe 
cin r as few outsiders ever will. And 
they learn of a duality in healing — 
aspects that cannot be taught in a 
classroom; aspects that can only be 
learned outside their own culture. 
They learn that the technology of 
medicine is only one part. The true 
discovery is the art of healing in the 
land where the ultimate healer 
demonstrated it 2,000 years ago. 



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Sistei Empty knows first-hand the tang-terns benefits of 
Ricks' rtansculcuml nurving program she i.s a product of 
the 1 983 Jerusalem group and renamed to the Holy Land 
this tim" 45 -i parr -rime racmhv member. Ihe experience 
has had a goal impact on her style of nursing, 

"In Idaho we get a lot of migratory worker*, and dicrc 
arc ocber people from many cultural backgrounds," she 
Siys> "Hjfonying up we unronunaiely Learn prejudice's, Lull 
l-v coining on c-iis program we !eain to stop our biases and 
:o accept other people.." 

In addition to their, time spent in hospitals, the Ricks 
Student nurses participate hilly in die Study Abroad 
program at BYU's Jerusalem Centex tor Near-Eastern 
Studies. From thei? spcetaetdaj vantage point jast across 
the Kldron Valley from the Old City, the salients cannot 
easily forget rhe: impartar.ee or Jerusalem m many ol die 
worlds religions. 

Indexxl. wandering through the Old City iiseli can be 
something of a mini-class in comparative religions. The 
Muslim call eo prayer echoes: down die alleys several times 
each day. Meanwhile, faithful Jews an be seen in prayer at 
the ramous Western Wall. Just a few streets away Christian 
tou lists rent wooden crosses to shoulder up the Via 





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Dolorosa, a lane believed by many to be 
the path Christ followed tu Golgotha. 
K l love the ability ] feci to learn here," 
Kami Bdl of Nnrth Salt Lake City, Utah, 
says. "When you re in classes about history 
iir the Bible and you've just 'tx:en where it 
happened, it changes yom life. We saw a 
were sick child one d.iv a* v,x wi.t walking 
in Damascus Gate. My first thought was, 
'U Jesus were here this child coulci be 
healed* — this is where ic all happened."' 
Akx a Shirley or Resbwug explains farther, 
"l think the art of healing is to be able to 
show compassion and love enough to 
touch someone's soul, k's the ability to come closer and 
iu'lp someone heal <«mncinn.d3y, even where there is :::> 

cure lot the disease. 

"Working in the hospitals, I thought about Christ £ ^ j\ 
every day because 1 
was studying h;m„" 
Alexis continues. 
*'l nft<rn thought. 
Okay, here 1 am 
trying to help these 
people like Christ 
in his role as a 
healer.' It is neat to 
realize rh^r I'm 
getting to ptay a 
pan similar to His. 
I'm in the same 
line of work thai 
He v,a.s." 

Nurses who 
undeistand that 
medicine is more 
than technology. It 
is an art. 
"Hie Healers Art. 



<.'•!,. ".•."■ GettM ■■: •'• tbtrgtatet ant o) 

,r~ , . a newborn at Hadassab HvtoitnL 

(FTCfwJKf torster 

Randall Shirk) 

of Salt 1-xxe C/{j{ Utah, visited the Ridb grnnp in 

Jerusalem during November 1995. Aft phew >m courmy 

of tirt~ author.) 

(Left} from left. Rieks instructs fltoa Hart, 
Andnts, andAngdinnSbipky, botho) Idaho fitftt Idaho, 
Static Anderson of Ephraitn, ' '.■.•'• fennifn Vfcbe ■' 
Highland, ,■ v../ taut part-time instm m fulie En i 

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hs the middle eastern d^svii brvikv and the v. in ri tlectS 
n. the gilded Dntnc of -he Roc's. :le K cks >:ude:ils »plit 

mho groups and leave the Brigham Young University's 
Jerusalem Center bound for nearby hospitals. Several 
walk with I'am Han, the group'* adviser and a member 
ut the Rides mining faculty, rn Hadassah Hospital. 
Other students walk with Ricks pan time instructor 
Julie Empey i'SSi to another huspit.il caked Mak.osed. 
i oi. I. cadi studeni is assigned w a head nunc in 
different parts ol th< pedi uric ward 

[erusalctn is a long way irom Idaho, .-.ml . n. 
Hebrew and Arabic Unguagt barriers, (he Ricks students 
quickly leans skat thcii time in the clinical setting will be 
different from time spem at bosp ta i • ick I Dtoe. Oncol 
i '•• surprises tomes in less technical hand* o 
opportunities in •-. hospitals, or as the students call it, 

tsing out ski! - 

Sas'.et Han explains. Tve had some students who are 

• i.'pu ntcd they du::i \: to start IVj and give 

medications like they do at home. As they mature rhej 
realize thai all that will come, and thai skills are not the 



most important aspects of nursing, In some ways, nursing 

i I the Middle Hast) is inure ;ta art more than just do 
the >kil^ ami leave,' and fin pleased that some of the 
students have figured thai out." 

Student nms lira Jones ofOgden, Utah, shares the 
sn dent perspective. "We are more observers, just doing 
mull things, and that allows us to get the whole picture <>l 
ii. isiri;. Instead ol being so time-orlrmed. we arc able to 
step back and watch how dungs work cogcthci with earing 
for patients and induding tin. ir family that's a really big 
aspect of health care here," 

I K students were a bit surprised ar (he SW llgth of the 
families :n Jerusalem. In American hospitals the family is 
often created a* guests, and may feel they hinder the 
doctor's and nurse's work, In the cultures ol (he Middle 
east, however, a family member ss required to nay at the 
hospital wirn the patient — if the patient o a child. 

"When I go to work i:i American hospitals I hope to 
involve families more," she adds. I wiU ask the parents ii 
they wa tt to help change and batht rJbi r child, and do 
Other appropriate things 

I •.■.• had a lot ol diancc-s tu do ^.:. i oning and thins 
didn't think I'd get to do," notes Emily Weaver a( 
Si id field, Uta ■. "We just kelp out wherever we can W< 
can check \ iral si^ns. do bat c assess neiits. Ibien to heart 
And lungs, and check circulation. We can bold, feed and 
;..■ :. thi children, and do dressing cha ■ 

Rw one small child. Shuiton GentaV observat >< i ■> 
knowledge were a blessing. J: •■■• • D ii itance wheie a 
child had bead trauma," Shurron, who iv from Rcxburg, 
explains. "They though) he was all better. Bui I noticed 
that he >•.•!% limping, to the doctor came back to cheek 
him. Aritr a t A I scan they discovered the child hud a 
hematoma on il.c :>....k ol his %;< il' •.•,■'. m ■ . >:.-.Ui haw killed 
him. Thar one experience, besng able to help possibly save 
a life, has made it worthwhile being .: nursing student.*' 




606 



QsAe day ^Laara Q/uiu was tdeteed and 'given Aev 
named bu Ae&fatfoev zDawell (pari (QtnAeu at me ^yiegu/a^ 
*june fast 'meefong 4970. &$ant Q/tlavie gave Aev me 
ieauHud c/witienvng dress fo wear it was very elegant. &^ll 
Aer family was mere andAer olessing fold new ifsne wouldlive 




the gcs/vei 'and 'stay near the cAarcA 6&e would Aave an 
alundoynt life. °fjfaA tAe fan^ 



Meli^ueda/lA^eAM^ 

sAe wo* a/fouteigAt years MandtUn mefc*ni/y mowed out 



607 



no^^of^viaatto-me ip/aaM&n area <m the c/iiaoy z/ixx^tcA 
wAere tfae darted a ^a&wffar<m a& an (^(^&$/wo4eetfo& 
Aer another Q/teven they nad pwtu co€06>. QsAe wownae* a€#& 
team to- ae fawmeia and ^airwmen. QsA&u raited {dUc/cent, 
aac/c&j aee&ej aieia/iias and dieefr tar fixxt . Q&* nice aarden 
ana zDarretlAer zDaatvaA the <za&i<xiu€we teacner at me nla/i 
Acnoc/. QsAey> tce/vt their Aame in zDriaa^j and vented il out. 
^Laara attended 6enooi at me Odeto^tia Qfrade Q/cnooi and the 
middle AcAoo/at zDriaat and men Qyefon Q/daA Qfcnoot there 
&Ae wot actvue in attAer Acnool and cnarcA 
&dctkflties. 



608 



QsAe frev&ovuil 'Ai&fowu o£ 




^Laura Qsuvu {pntAeu (demo* 4988/ 
WSotw tie 4^ oforfiay 4970. 
G^wQ/elcm Jxx/l&u Qftot/Utd/j Qsefon Tpownfy. C^claAa. 
zDv. Q/uieAnev Q7tead aMe/naina. 

Q/ne w<u vown, late In the <Mftewno<mj avouttvue. Q&& aeaatiui/ 
toawm 6€wmu acvu. 

Q/ne toot a vewu/wettu oawu all fwutAed and uwuvu ana a 
/verfeel cotn/t/exi&n o^/UnA. Qftev cottton zDawu Weave* uxu 
tiwwa twin th^ famim Qsefon QfG^A 

&cAaal. QfCev zDadaave a tcM> ata funeral of a riaaentof 
Aid aarina thai ciftemio&n. 



609 




610 




one sweaw old 
ypne^m &$nn (pniAeu 
Tp/wtyliwu /w4w oMau 18, 197-, ^^t^^aas, (STefan, 
(^claA<> In Ine Qsefon J / alle / u Qst^Aitcd. Qflew £z#ndu 
Q/tome is one idoc/c &om Ine noddled. &di 176 Q/Vcwtn, Q^iml 
(padl Qsfyeet. &ne wud> oown on new biAfov-'b ^Cau^a^'^ oMAaaAj, 
mwee "ueam IcUew. &o ^Ljut^w uauwea 

te> a& &ne aveto <md became a/dawmale, ^txuo^a omu new nvome^ 
and xpnemd amem nwJnew wu& nolln teanttoa^ Icdcdvu vowed wi 
^Caiwa,. &ne kmm loved m> vewu ntucn <md me nod tea; otnew 
budvnm fo$noio new ma£. 



611 




Kp/iem// &$nn (pnttwu 



OAtewA c/dwiet ^Loaam.j UtaA. Qso QSeton Va/t&u Q/Veia^. 
^Cocal Gftaaent 'oet ' olea^ee fr<>ni UtaA &tate U?ttve^6ttu 
at ' Q/t€au 7, 4939. ^iwtuwi&on. 

Jpt^ewut (pniA&u , a 6evu<w vn> fa^nilu and conAame^ science 
education at U Gs U. we<>e4dtu i^ecetued two atiwwu&ata 
luncAeon. WmcA awe ( C&t &^QjA (p 0y (=fflade^ofm& yea** 
at UtaA Q/tate Untoewfctu. &&nd &&?newiewri &^fdM><^at€<>n 
of Q^a^mtu and Tponduwiew Qscie / ?we( CS^GS^tOjA kqQ/^J tow- 
ttve &tate of UtaA. 



612 



Qs/m fiud "yetw Tp/wtyt ' w<u ejected to semje as tAe oAatuwud 
^^eMdenloftne J vefewofadcmal/ ' i^widuate (Student ( 

&^hnem<xin &dss<H>iatio^i of Qj^a^ndu and \pcm&wmew 
Qfc^ence. Xpnewyt also sewed as UtaA QSdsso^ia^io^i President 
o/o^&^^^C^ ^wfaccfektivMa/ (Section in i997. 

TpAemd 04<udn<uvu &vsm Qsefowi Vaueu G/aaAo andafuisl 
Qftudent c/Oodu c/ vtesidemt 'of Qs&ton QdvlaA QfcAooi. i& trie 
aduaAtew cd zDavweU and Q/t/leloa (pniAeu of zz) / ylaa6r J QdaaAo. 
(~>frie is the "uounue^ W Severn cAitdwen . &Ae aid Aew student 
teac/Una in tAe faM at ( ^yjmdon QdvlaA Q/cAool in Q/anduj 
UtaA. 

&d&dod tyG/ stresses emfwuiemma fdmiAieti and indtindaau 
and ' enceymfiaSdes a/i ' avea o^trie TpoA/ecfe of Q/'aMUMf ^idmn^. 
&ds a national f fwesident . xpAewu/ wdt ' cAaiw a session at we 
oAationat ' c<mMewti&n> and is sewwwxjf, cm the dooavd of 
ddwAtees, at C WuAiw<fivn- W. Tp. few the aMMxafam. QsAti 
<ueam natumat 'cowvemticm tdd/le ke/d in, Q*fivne in G7ea/f/e, 



&dndi& ofum notowAy t<> eaucaJovs, , lotto ad cdw/ndy ^Life 




613 



'thew lfem6> cm hew asz&nua, iwwubde imAw<yiM&ia ne/uKw/ciwia 
and aew^/cfewia aioh ounJc and (^nJewwvet $ite. & / ne^ouwa^n 
weU uwaew weiu i& caMed ( Q7vwa&J . Qsteih tow 
U^nuewaw^i^Mude &uwl&rifo. Qj^ow wwwe iwio^wuxJiowi contact 
\phewul thw<maA the deanb oMiee. 

pUy/«w cowUtwu&e hew awauua^e wow/c <zt UfaA &tate , 
wie had iwewi oJfewed awi aMiA/oyntwuA wi/A hew awea o/wie 





614 



^January 7, 200b 
c/Oif \ptiewyl(pmliey 

lpAeri/1 OSH. (pmfiey's' Qdustbwy 

TpAewy/ Q^dnn (pm/vey was 6orn Qdlay 18, 1973 to Warre/A (paw/ (pm/wy and oMe/Aa 
rVeavew (pm/iey in bl)riyys, OddaAo. Q/Ae was tAie younyed ot 9 seven cAu/dren. GMe areux uA in 
Qdeton Vatte/y as an active you/A ^z^tici^atiny in almost evewytA/ina tAatwas avai/a/de in a sma/A 
ruwat town. TpAewyt yraduated from Qdeton QduaA odcAooA as stadewd 6ody tiwesident in 1991 and 
wewdon to graduate fwom ^ShicAcs ipotteae witA- an associate's deawee in Qdtome Economics 
education in 1993. (~7ne men wow/ced until me went on a ^zzJQ/rnission to- ^Los Q^PnaeAes 
Jpatifowwua. Q/he sewved Aew mission fwom ^June 199b to zDecewnter 1995. TpAieryA was Aonowed to 
nave served in a city mat new awortwlfitAews Ae/feed to build as member of tAe odiormon cAoattalion. 
Q/n (-yfanuawy 1996", sAe moved to ^Coaan titan tolvarsue new education at titan Q/tate 
lAniversity in OdamiAy and Jponsumer Q/cience education. Q/Ae also came intvartaue to new 
love of new ancestors. &ne tiarticuAaw Aero of TpAewyt' s was new Qfreat Qyveat ^ramdmolAew, 
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tdains and then raited a riyAteouS fxmi/y in Q/AtdAvitAe nst/iina to settle IpacAe Vattey. 

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served as Aew cooA and caretdJcew wAile wowAdny to com/dele Aew OMofdeyree. Q/ter QMaster s 
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The 

Darrell Empey 

Babies 



By Cheryl Empey 

as dictated from Melba Empey August 18, 2002 

& Darrell Empey December 21, 2004 

for Christmas 2004 




Darrell Empey & Melba Weaver 



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The Engagement &The Beginning 

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Time: 5:00 to 6:00 p.m. 

Monday, November 28, 1955 

Once upon a time. ... on a pleasant evening that was quite cool Darrell insisted 
that we go window-shopping. After a few requests, I decided that I would go with him 
although I had a feeling that there was something mysterious going about in his mind. 
It wasn't ordinary. 

We walked around the corner and across main street and that was all the jewelry 
stores in town canvassed. Then, as sudden as most decision, he finally decides. He 
said, "Let's go to the car." I became somewhat nervous and yet tried to give no 
outward indication. I was confused as to whether he had a ring already purchased or 
whether he was just seeing whether I was interested in such matters. 

We got in the car and he replied, "Well, would you like some pictures of 
Rexburg in color?" I relaxed some and thought he had satisfied himself about the 
situation and that it would not be mentioned the rest of the evening. So, gaily I directed 
him to the hill behind the college known as "giraffe hill", where lovers often go, as the 
songs go that the coeds sing on many occasions. (Which is just above where the 
Rexburg Temple is to be built.) 

The darkness was creeping across the sky and scarcely a trace of the sunset was 
visible. Just as ordinary and very nonchalant Darrell asked me to get his camera out of 
the jockey box. So, with no hesitation, I proceeded to open the small compartment. In 
doing so, a very small white box fell into my lap. Quickly recognizing it's shape and 
coming to the conclusion that it was what I had hoped for, but lest suspected at the 



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moment. In the excitement I thrust it back in the compartment and closed the door. 
I couldn't look at Darrell, nor could I speak. So I sat for moment then handed him the 
camera that I managed to retrieve at that moment and he took it. He went about 
busying himself with taking the picture. 

Then again, he asked me to get the filter out. I reached my hand to do so and 
then removed it. I just couldn't look up at him for I would cry and so I sat and stared 
blankly out the window. He asked me again if I would get it for him. I gave him the 
excuse that I couldn't see it before and he had better get it. Finally, he coaxed me to 
get it. When I opened it he said, "It's in that little white box." I said, "Oh! It couldn't 
be", he said, "Well, open it and see." "No", I replied, "You do it please." And all this 
time, I felt he had me at his advantage and was somewhat enjoying the occasion. 

Then of course the moment came that is for just we two and in his own sweet 
gentle way, he asked me to be his wife. We were married on December 16, 1955 for all 
time and eternity in the Idaho Falls LDS Temple. 



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Darrell and Melba on their wedding day December 16, 1955. 



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Dennis Joe Empey 

Dennis Joe was the firstborn son of Darrell & Melba Empey. He was born 
December 14, 1957 in St. Lukes Hospital in Boise, Idaho. 

When Dennis was born it was Christmas season and they were painting the 
windows. The cartoon illustrator was at the hospital with his wife. I was in the hospital 
for 36 hours of labor and they gave me paints. I painted the windows of the delivery 
room. Dad said it was a very long labor. They were going to have to deliver him by 
C-section, but he got low enough that they used forceps. They let dad stay there for all 
36 hours until they took me to the delivery room. Dr. Rosehime delivered Dennis at 
St. Lukes. 

Dad could hold his fingers up to Den's legs and they were the same size. He 
was a skinny baby. Family had all been there to visit for the holidays and Granddad 
Weaver had to go to work, so they had already left. 

v 

It was fun! Dennis born just before Christmas, David just before Thanksgiving, 
Steven on New Years, Holiday Babies. . . all in the winter. 

v 

A Halloween story: We got the little boys ready to go trick-or-treating and they 
had their pumpkins in the window. They had a black cat. They lined up to get a 
picture and when the film was developed the cat was sitting on the outside on the 
window ceil. Mom was a little disturbed because she didn't even know it was in the 
picture. 



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David Earl Empey 

David Earl Empey was born the second son on the 21 st of November 1958 at 
St. Lukes Hospital in Boise, Idaho. 

David was also born in Boise. His birth was quiet uneventful except that when 
he spiraled down he turned so quick that the cord wrapped around his neck. It got 
around his arm and that kept it from chocking him to death. He was quite dark when he 
was born. He came around Thanksgiving time. Dad was having trouble with his 
stomach at that time. 

David had long black hair. He was well filled out. He had grown good. The 
cord made an indentation where it was and it took a few days to grow out. Pansy and 
Mattern were the same nurses that helped with all four babies in Boise. We stayed in 
Kuna that year for Thanksgiving. 

v 

One day when David was little he had been playing all day and was very tired. 
It was a summer's day and they came in to watch T.V. for a little while. He kept a 
leaning on his hands waiting for prayer, and then he said, "Please pass the Barney." 
Dad said that was the honey bear. 

The ranch in Kuna was four acres and two big poultry houses. We had Van 
Tress Cross breading chickens. We candled and took the eggs to the Swiss hatchery. 
In addition to the hens we had about 100 roosters. Daily we took care of them along 
with the cow and other animals. It was my job to gather about 800 eggs a day. I had to 
take Dennis and Dave. We gave Dave a stick and a board to whap the chickens and the 
roosters, so they wouldn't bother them. They were just little boys and they didn't like 
them at all. 



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Steven Holmes Empey 

Stevens Holmes Empey was born January 1, 1961 he was the first baby boy 
born in Boise that year. 

Steven was born in Boise at St. Lukes Hospital. Grandma and Grandpa Earl 
Empey came for Christmas and were staying until the baby was born. Every morning 
grandpa would say, "Do we have to walk to the hospital?" I was a bit upset with him. 
Aunt Madelyn had Robby before Steven came and they went to Twin Falls to be with 
Madelyn. After they were gone, I relaxed and New Years came. The baby still had not 
come so I climbed over the fences and over the rails in the pasture, up the hill and went 
to the house. It was just getting dark and one of the FFA boys called dad and he went to 
visit him, Dan Harmon. Dad came back and we went into Boise. Steven was born that 
evening. He was the first boy born in Boise that year, 1961. Steven was 81bs or so.... 
third son, born on New Years. He was a happy baby. Grandma and grandpa Empey 
came back to visit the little boy. Robert Young and Steven Empey, two grandsons. 

v 
We got a pair of dogs; Patty and Mike. When Steve was about a year and a half 
old Patty had her babies. Steve found the puppies down in the basement. He wanted us 
all to go down but we wouldn't. Finally, I went down and he showed me the puppies. 
The big boys ignored Steve and then Dennis went down. They were all so excited! 
Patty had five new babies and the boys nearly drug their daddy down to the basement 
when he got home. That happened towards fall. 

v 
We were schoolteachers, so at dinner the kids would raise their hands. Steven 
got his hand hurt that day. We fixed it up and they were sitting on the bench. He raised 
his hands and asked if he could wait until his finger got better. 



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Becky Susan Empey Robertson 

Becky Susan was born June 12, 1962 in Boise, Idaho. 

Becky's Birthday was trauma. Grandma Weaver came to stay while dad went 
to FFA Contest in Moscow. He left that morning, but I didn't feel real good before he 
left. The Dr. said it wouldn't be for about 10 days or three weeks. My poor mother 
(Grandma Weaver) was trying to hold down the fort. She had to go down the gravel 
driveway and across the ditch to feed the cows. It was really hard for her. The cow 
had a calf that afternoon. (They always seemed to do that while Dad was gone.) Then 
we went to town to the variety store in Kuna and piddled around. I kept having pains. 
I was tired and laid down. I had a bath, grandma said it would make it come or quit. 
Well, it started. 

My friend was supposed to come and take me to the hospital when it was 
time. . .she was not home. I called the emergency thing. Brother Kasckey had been 
drinking over the weekend and was not available for the ambulance. So they sent the 
sheriff Mr. Kolling and he was all excited. I lived two miles out from Kuna and he 
came. I could see his car come up the road with the lights, noise and everything. We 
had everything fixed. All I asked for was a ride to the hospital and he made a big drama 
out of it! He buzzed so fast that he missed the circle drive. He came to the door and I 
said, " All I need is a ride to the hospital,". . .1 told him I just needed a ride and told my 
mother (Grandma Weaver) good bye and I hoped I would get there alright." 

He just whipped out of there to the Ten Mile road and got on Amity. Then he 
called on the radio to the Boise police and asked for an escort. I was not thrilled! I did 
not think it was necessary. No it was not! ! They asked him what the emergency was 
and he said he was having a baby. They laughed and congratulated him. He was still 
hell bent for an election. Pretty soon the Boise police said if he would slow down they 
could give him an escort. By then, my heart rate was faster than the baby's. At this 
time I was getting a little up set. With three police, we were screaming through town. 
They radioed a head and we finally got there. Pansy and Mattern were there waiting. In 
her English Irish rouge, Pansy said, "Well if I knew it was you, we would have rolled 



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out the red carpet." There stood all these policemen. I grabbed my suitcase and 
Mattern took over. They were laughing and put me to bed. 

Next, they took me to the prep room to get ready and at that time they were 
changing shifts. My nurses went off duty. A stupid nurse that was inappropriate 
strapped me down and left me. The room had a big mirror on the ceiling and I saw that 
baby was crowning. I told them the baby was coming. They came just in time to catch 
Becky by one foot. It was a girl! I so thrilled for our first baby girl. . .. In came the Dr. 
whistling with his hands in his pockets. . .1 told him I would not pay for the delivery and 
then told him about the stupid nurse that needed fired. 

Becky was such a beautiful baby; dark hair, pretty face and everyone admired 
her. So thrilled to have a girl. . .called Daddy, he had just got to Moscow. Mr. and Mrs. 
Krescha came to help me. They picked us up from Boise. They were so nice to us and 
helped so much. Grandpa Krescha held the baby. He was a little ninety-year-old 
Bohemian man and was determined to carry that baby in the house. He carried her like 
she was a piece of China. He was so thrilled to be a part of it. They were our friends 
before we moved from the Methodist Partridge in Kuna, out to the ranch. 



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Julie Lorraine Empey 

Julie Lorraine was the first of the "three little girls" to be born in Driggs. She 
was born on April 28, 1968 at 4:05 p.m. 

I was teaching Richards group when Julie was born in April. My mother 
(Grandma Weaver) came and took care of Julie and I finished teaching. That year 
everyone got the mumps; Dave and Dennis had the mumps and Steve and Becky. I was 
sitting in sacrament meeting and had a funny feeling in my jaw. I went home with the 
mumps. We all got sick! For the last six weeks of pregnancy I had the mumps, but 
delivered fine. 

Julie was the first baby daddy helped to deliver with Dr. Head. Dad said, "I 
just stood there. She came out so pleasant and she smiled instead of crying." Julie had a 
brown mole on her right knee. 

That day, the "big kids" saw a badger coming down the street and put it in a 
pace board box. I came home (with the new baby) to a badger on the front porch in the 
box just fighting mad. They were only left a lone a time or two, maybe for a half-day. 
It was a shock that they had this mean mad animal in the box. 



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Laura Kay Empey 

Laura Kay was born in Driggs, Idaho on May 18, 1970 at 4:00 p.m. 

When we had Laura Davy Weaver was staying with us. Dad was an EMT and 
he went and gave the talk at a funeral of a boy that had died. I remember Davy came 
whipping down the street to let me know he had graduated. His mother and aunt 
Louise came. I got a furlough out of the hospital, after the baby was born, to go to the 
graduation. 

Laura was a fairly easy birth, 15 minutes! She came quickly and dad was there 
helping Dr. Head to deliver her. Dad said, "They handed me the baby and I wiped her 
off with the towel and she just wiggled and squirmed." 

When Laura was little she used to dance around the house saying big words or 
singing, "Sumpity, Sump, Sump, Sumpity, Sump, Sump, look at Frosty go!" She 
would tell people that she felt "supercalafragelisticexpealidosious". She was always 
taking care of the puppies and the kittens. She was often found chewing grape bubble 
gum. 

When Laura was a little girl on the Rigby ranch, she had a cat named Jimmy. 
Jimmy was a black and white puss and boots. He was a well-trained cat for a little girl 
like Laura. She would have him find the candy and the chocolate hid high up in the 
cupboards. 



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Cheryl Ann Empey 

Cheryl Ann was born on Laura's third birthday, May 18,1973 in Driggs, Idaho. 
They would share their birthdays together from then on. 

The doctor started me and instead of coming the baby floated up and they had to 
push it down. Dr. head said he was going over to Jackson and that he would be back. I 
said I was going to have the baby. They punched it down and then the birth was fine. 
Cheryl was born about five or six o'clock. Daddy was there to help deliver her. 

She was a beautiful dark hair and dark eyed baby. Not a red baby. Mr. 
Bergeson asked why I had such nice looking babies. I told him they came from the 
same pattern and are pretty babies. Most everybody came to visit; Aunt Marie and 
Sandra... Many brought beautiful little dresses. Cheryl was blessed on a beautiful 
warm summer day. One of the best births I ever had. 

Grandma Empey came to Driggs to stay and take care of Cheryl's six brothers 
and sisters. We had a birthday party for Laura, a day early, and told her she would get 
a new baby for her birthday. Cheryl was Laura's baby, amen! Laura was kind of bossy 
about who got to hold her. 



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Daddy said, "You can tell their personalities right from when they were babies." 

v 
Momma said, "And we lived happily ever after." 



THE END 



Cheryl Empey©2004 



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Q/ftu£ztAer was a very s/Uritaal man wAo> experienced many 
wa^rninas ofownaer oy the wA^dAerinas of the stilt smalt voice 
amain, Aeeama these woAwmas Ae was s/ici&eamucA sorrow. 

Q/fvy mother was a very, veaufifal woman. &Ae was very 
maustrious clean ana neat, aacca cooA and AoaseAeeAer. Gshe 
tauaAtas taAray anatave tAe ^£&ra. &Ae toc/c m wasAtnas, 
and wasAed tAem vy Aand to* atve as a few extra nice tAmas 
tAat<mlu a mo/Aer Aynouts cAilaren ti/ce. Q/Ae raised rasAoerry 
anaso/aiAem ta AelA feed and raise // cAi/dren. 

Ire movea&om iffilocmmatcm ta c£euHSwille (^aaAa tAen to 
^jHyexoara. QraaAo. (^sAafswAere Qs started scAool. zDaa 
frarcAaseaa 40-acre c/iancA nartA of^iexoura ana a Aoase m 
foam cm z G/vreeC. 



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town, after out wued at A&me to- Aelh dad and tAe tafnily w/u/e 
Aer AuAound was &n Ai& mtMi&n. iytauat went ~ Acwnesteadina. 
Q/HartAaj KpArit&iej mu&elfand c/iaou and Qflenn were all 
in AcAool. rye tried to tal/c witA ~z)ad about tuAina Ai& time to* 
mourn andwilA a/l this netfi we could manaae. JVe iurelu 
needed time ourselves. Qfte felt it was essential fove/i/ace 
mclAer, £>r the cAlldren ssodceat scow a&A# could. QdAatuz/l 
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Aer cum cAildren oeaan to arrive it oecame w&rse. 
Qs fvni&ned arade scAool at 42 yr. Q/ sAi/tAed the tAird ana 
seventAarade s so Aadto oe 4& to a/tended AiaA scAool so stayed 
Acme was dad's riaAt Aand rnan and studied music £>r two- 
years. OdtartAa arauaated worn c/iic/cA CStfcoxiemy and a 



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aetuA cmdmitA tAe co€U& AeAcwaJe tAe mitA cmawa&A tAe 
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Qs found 'tnatmu&edtwietodtiHX&mu QTleuvemy Or'atAer, 
Ofte neve&faiw me. 



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ZTertowicU QTUtfowu of Jrillicwn, Qstectn, JplcwKj 




QXn, me yea^ of 4897 G5$uguat4&j QywaA 6vwt ofaoooUu 





Q^ me fawn ca/led Qsefon 





'fa , (^retntrnttyotwityj 



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Q/outn Me lov/dna fya&tofmcu>n Qftreet Q/eton ipity. <^daAo< 
Q/fly father Aadvuilta tuw-wwm log Aou&e with a dodvooftme 
6/ach ea&toftthe QJefam \poyna/<m Q/tlcwn G/weet. QsAe day 

Q&iwp ta (yjfac/cAcwi QTw/e Jryowiina ta tfofi aw, Indian 
u/witony. 

&w tAe aye eft three my family m<^^ IttaA *AJenA04t 
^rardin KpacAe wz/ley. dMe rea&04tft>r maviny wa& my 
mothers health; she uwntedta le ly her mother. G/he never 
enjoyed ' yood 'health after <^iu<u 6owi. Q/fCy father louyhta 
Acme in, the dMird f0 fPa^rd 'in Soya^v, (same wavdas QMelvin 
q%. iyaalla^d liuedj 



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Q/fla&ce/l ty/a#/c> Aawnfo we>xe (^fa&an, (pl/en ^Lona and JVm. Q7xieth 
ip/adz. <^Aave 6 Me<M and 3 ivothevt. (Qme ojos the oldest cAi/d of iO 





xplavK GT'ctmilu; tacK row; ZLoui&e \p. Gfuwnde&man,, Q/flavceU &f G7&m w-/ zzJavil Q%cwn, 
QDo4ux/c£ Tpladc, Q/na^cetl \p- rranne*, Qj/en TplcwA, doettu ip. Q/tate. (STeatecl: Q$oAn 
\p/a*K, zDovwu \plavK (pUett xptavK, cxjonnie iplcur/c, Q/Clelh xptarA, Q/flymta \p/cw/i>, (p/ain# 
Kpla&K. 

&$04uttfwee yecwt ctftev thefatnuu moved to Q^nAonv (S/am and 
Q/ftavcett met. QsAeu both lived in, iyortneuf iyioad aioat a mile aAavt. 
(~Z/Aey> courted in a Q/Hodet Q£*. Q^ordtoith a vum/de seat in the iac/o. 
Qsn&u nod ma/nu cdn timet, es/ieeiauy aotna to the movies in- iyocate/lo 



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every weeA andsto/t^iny iy Q7h<ed 'and ' dXe/teys far a Aa^nAaraer and 
cAocotate m<x/t. 
GsAey a/sa Aadmeir own, Snoot Wft^ce wAere mey /eft 2owe Setters ander 
a 6iy iadder a/&ny Sro^rtneaft &load. Gshey dated ' £>r two yea*. 

G/amue/ rri/so<n JPanner is tie torn of QpotloA and ^leieccaG^&cAs 
Wcwvner. Gfle Aas 4 ' brotAer, 2 liwny sisters, rrritten iy Q/vlarce/l 
Xpia&K Wanner in Ae<r 7l yea*. 

G/am and Grwere married 28 C£duaust4944 attAe Aome o/ UoisAoA 
^Lavem Xpowuoauin (SAnAxvm, G^claAo. GsAe weed momwna GSduatist 29, 
4944 we were seated in tAe G/alt *£a/ce *£. zD. G/. G/emflte. rre Aadon/y 
oeen married nine mow/As wAen, G/am was cauedinto me 3o ipoifi. of 
tynaineers in me <^drmy. SPear/ G/iwrio^r was Ivm6ed7 zDecemiev 4944 
so- me war was inudtswtna. 





(^she Z&ne/iness woo almost iwdeawdde at fanes. G/wuedwitA my 
/varents' Aavtofme time and with Tpora 9®ru*n (my comin's wife) in 
G/oda G/fwinys and in GMc&m. 

<^twas a Zona faur years iefevre me war was over. We satin me coAAy of 
G^S>te/^lltJi,i^(^a/tS^ ^ity G? ^was Aa/i/vy to see Aim 6<d "U was /i/ce 
Tn^etina a stranyer 



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Qfvouses were Aardlofind, lutwe found a 2 room lean-two in zxjIock 
iytocA with a Aand /uim/i for water outside and a fiatn. 

Jre aot alona fvne. <3/am millcea (cows and worlced at the railroad (section 
crew/ and at t/ie cement ft/aw/ at (Unicom was therefor over 30 years. 
G/am was a real Aara ' u^orlcer. Q/te 6^rouyAtaooat^4, 000 Aomefvom the 
GSwrmy and sa^vea 'the milJc money until we Aad aloutS 25 OC \ toe oouaAta 
Aouse in Q^nAonvoytAe iyortnuel iyiiver. G7am nod a few acres so he 
could Aeefr Ais cows and always a Aorse to viae ana a doa. 

iJHy lAis time we haa (two cAitdren: zDavis QjoAn oorn 46 G/e/Uemoer 
4946. Qjpanice Qfiaye lorn 47 auaust4948. Offer ^addy so- laved Ais tittle 
girl. G/he was 48 months wAen we move to GrAom. vplarA Wayne came 4 
&ctoler4954, he was a large Aa/ifry oaoy and Ais zDad always said he looked 
liAe a via GTweae and was called tAatoy Ais zDad. dZ/Aen Q/Harityn was 
own 29 G&fy&it 44954. G/Ae was imu^^aurina oirth and resulted in twain 
injury and other fiAysicat aliments. G/Ae died 4 (G/e/Uemler 4990. G/Ae 
tauaAtus aoout tAe fiwre love ofXpAristwitA Aer loving and foraiiiina ways. 

07*00* years later we were surprise that we wereaoing to nave twins. 
Qyheairts were lorn 30 Qjfune 4958. rre narnedtAem, 0va odtaree and 
Q/taren ^Laree. <GsAey have oeen &Joy - sohretty and sweet. 

G/was catted as iyieUel Society c? resident when my twins were 49 yrs. 
out. Qs worAed at the school, Qs wrote as the Qs%om> comesfamdent for the 
^ocatello- GsdaAo Gstates Qjournal and served on the city council for 8 
years. Gsam served as Tpity Qjudae and as wardclerA and in the Qsunday 
GscAoot Gfu/wwnlendency and secretary of the (plders Quorum and QtuoA 
csriest ^luorarnu>r ever 25 years. 

&ar sons were aood athletes. Qftow we loved to watcA memhlay. 
Qsam and &sfwntmany hours on the farm toaetAer andAorselacA 
riding in the AiHs. 



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Wne ieaulifid mvvniny 4 (^tfuyatftSSS, <5fam fumed away suddenly. 
Ofu&ta mow/A iefiwe on, lAe tllA of 9 qJu/u we Aad 'celebrated ' Ai& 7 j 
^OirtAday at Qjfanice'^ Aome witA alt Aid. Iviend and family. C^twaA 
really nice outAe was no^faewny well, Or Aad to coax Aim to come. 

C^iuer Ae wa&aowe life was very diu&cu/tl&r a wAtle. ^wenton a 
midte&n to- QJeaxzA. Q^came Aome with a new attitude t/iat (^wouldle 
Aa/ifry the rest of my life. 

QirtAanA my fuvrenfo to* teachvna me tAeaotftel. rPAata ileuina tAatAas 
oeen to me. QT^tAanA my ArotAerA and &i&ter& far their many /cindMetees to 
me. Qs lAanA my cAildren and tAeiw mates fa* tAeifr aooa -nete too. Qslave 
alt 20 oeautiful arandcAildren and Of leave you act with tku aoat (hat Qs 
AoAe to* acAieve: &£vue you* life &o tAatfwofde A/nout ina you want to Avnow 
TpAritl. Q/flarcell 'rPanner. 



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QJoA iyioea: Qjwnice Jr. ^roMi/eton, Tp/a#/i rratvnefcj zDct^Ud 
JPwnne^tj ^Lai/tee Jr. C£$MO>rea&04i, zOotfom Z/iow: Q/ftavi/wn, 
Trwnne^j Q/fla#ceM cwtd Q/cwn Jrwfvne&j Q/flaz/iee Jr. z/wr/oe>*. 





Tt*3a W ¥ 

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Q/fuMvu {p&fella )£<ma 




m ft 

Q/ftawu (Q&fella ^to4ta 




\plcwa tywocweJfo )£<ma 




Q/flcwfiha zDefaAia *£<ma 



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^&ome time wi me &AiuMUwe& in, me 
&$rmw<ue4vna Wovla TVa^ 2; Qfte i& vicu&ia the ouoe. 




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QJiao e/deylu women, <we Q%/wt ^L&wa AaU6€6l&x&; 
G/a&aA G$$wn, Q7tc/mesa#id G$Vuce fytixaaem, Qfto/met. 



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ttr » mtM 

Groe&ene i/ieie are ^YoAn ^Longi nau i*Ue*iff>om tJirir mo/Aer'i //«/ marriage to ^/ames TSlo/me-i, w/to died adien (Jieu Axi/ arrined in 
&$merica. Csney are G/aran GQmm ana CSf/ice C/ixaM/t Qffo/mtat. ^~/ney married and lined in do/coming/on and nad targe 
tamitte-i. 

Qffl lov/c& li/ce &&intfy4fella a^td CCnc/e CAJvia o^cnaAt the<m 



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{Q&fellacmd y®via G&*Mclev604i me c/u/d ^Loi& G&wide<r&o4i. 



667 




\p/wi6&ie Q/vet&a, ^£<ma o Qywwle ^vatuuitiott 



668 





TpArit&ie d^ret&a 2!<m(f (rVeawett) & yearn old 



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(prfe/la ty/uldwn, *£eo4t <ma Q/tlawu G&wicle<r&o4Vj (^wmcet 






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Q/flcwvu tytfeUacmd iffivianam &$ncle#A<m at the ^Lowa 
veiwu&n, on, Qje^mus ZLa/ce j Qsetbw, county Wyowwna new* 




wiaAam and ' /u& AuM&^aoy 



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viaAoym &$no!e#&owaAvdoweoffa 




via GS$nder6€m khjA AeS o/ock cAavlae meeA 
Jr/ucA Ae wu&e fo> Aaw a, oetuitifal ui/l lerva/h 
Tpoatfiw- (ptteua. Qftnaaa vewu fiantcawu woo/. 



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OPt ~loc/c& li/ce me 6&/1, wiamev (&^unt Q?ene) 
tyttaenie Iwawi ^Cona. zDo^vtatiole me. (^wultena fo 
Kwcle (pvaw, in Treat (yjbwloit cma&ee ifitit Ate mo/nev. 



673 




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674 



Today, April 23, 2005, 1 (Darrell Empey) participated in an Inservice, at the Idaho Falls 
Vocational College, sponsored by H.A.S., Inc. This is an agency that I belong to, which 
is to assist Caregivers like myself, for People with Disabiliting Disabilities. One of the 
presentations gave this example of a devoted caregiver, Myrna. We who are family know 
her as Myrna Clark (Price), sister, cousin, and friend. I want to include it here. 

I first met Myrna when I called to invite her to our caregiver meeting. 
She was reluctant to come because she didn't feel like she could leave her 
sweetheart, who had Alzheimer Disease. Finally after 6 months of calling she finally 
came, and she consistently attended our meetings for 1 1 months. 
On occasion she would bring her sweetheart or daughter. 

Myrna started to loose her voice thinking it was just laryngitis or allergies. She 
become very emotional, because it was her goal in life to care for her husband she 
loved so dearly. The family had to put their father in an Assisted Living Center until 
Myrna's health improved. 

Myraa's condition did not improve, after about three months she was diagnosed 
with Lou Geric disease in March of 1992. When I went to visit her she could still 
communicate by writing on a slate or gestures with her hand or facial expressions. 
She still had a sense of humor that made us laugh. She also communicated to us the 
love she had for her husband. 

Myrna died 8 months later on November 9, 2002. Her husband sobbed 
uncontrollably through the funeral. 

In my entire life I have never experienced so much love and dedication as did 
Myrna to her husband and family. Even though her husband had the dreaded 
disease of Alzheimer's, the expressions on his face told us of his love for her. 

He so vividly expressed his love in a letter he wrote to her in 1955 while he was 
serving a mission. This letter will tell it all. 

"Now as I journey into my field of labor I do so with joy in my heart and I am at peace 
with the world. When my memory of her sweet face grows dim, I'll not fret. Such is the 
way of nature. When at the end of my mission I can find only hidden memories of her 
tucked away among the myriads of memories of my mission. I'll not worry because 
deep down within my soul will burn a spark of love unfanned during the many months 
that have transpired, but never the less a spark that will grow into aflame of love that 
will consume me to the very core. When we are together again it will seem like only 
yesterday that we had knelt together in prayer. Once again I will read a message of 
love in her warm brown eyes. I'll know that here is truly a daughter of our Heavenly 
Father that I can love, because my darling, He loves you too. " 

Margo Dial ^ 

Director , n .,- ., 

Sentor Employment & *—.-»» 

Health Promotion —mm*m*u 

Eastern Idaho Special Services Agency, Inc. 

357 Constitution Way • P.O. Boa 51098 
Idaho Fails, Idaho 83405 

(208)522-5391 • 1800-632-4813 
FAX - (208) 522-5453 • TDD 1800-377-3529 

mdial@elcap.org 




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QsAe Vom^i 




wae?w 





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679 




c/lu&u Q&ewi ZCxma Q^rnuac^hj 




iyiuau (57 f e>mt &C<ma wa& the tenth cnudnndme ninth 





it 4' WttWK 

clauan/ev of qJo/wi 14'uwQvm ^L&na una Q/fuzwu ty/w€Afen&en. 
G/he umu vcwi fr Q/ftarcA 4906 at^Leiotfruulej Q%ffe&6C4tj 
QrclaAo-. Qfn the uwnmev of 4905 Q%Jwt oyna Q/flawu ^Zxma 
mowed theiw famitu fv&m tttwwnmatonj ciDeoy* ^Catce, 
<^claAo>. Q/o the G/na/ce iytvvev raU&u> to Aettle i&t, ^£e€0€6amlej 
C&qxzAo-. 



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QsAeu lived in &te€0€6<vule aooata yaw. zDarina t/iu time 
iytuou iva6> oom. Qshen in, the d/wina of490fftAeu moved to 
iyiexv4Mfaj Q/Haditom,, (^daAo. 

Q%Jwi Auffcnated a home in town and a tonall fawnuiU two 
and'/* miteb north and weal W zlriexiiMfa. QsAere wa& auo<zu& 
a la/toe aa&aen and an acre ofv<xA/uwpvie& 6o> the mwiilu dfient 
their totrnmert out at the fa^m fue/cinji oewiet ana etc. 




f a#t&a, ^plava, Wloyal, Weavt, (ffewi/ie Q7ea/ecla*t 

/iuedin tbion in the winter to attend \ 



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yftuau wnen a lulu was v<ewf aick with AiaAfevev and it left 
new wi/si a nervous cowditi&n the vettofAe* life. 







Q^luvtAa 
c/iuau^ &€&fep Q/ftartha tells ofAev memories ofiyialyu. &$ 
lotol the time Os was aAsianed to- ta/ce cave of ^ruum attd wAen 
the other Idas were Mauina and Of tried to IceeA uA witn themj 
Qs renvemaer dwMaaina cruiou al&na acrods the Alow^ fields &r 
arawu meadow and loth of us Aavtna a nova time. When, me 
would nave <me ofner dAeHs me would faint and wnen me wo/ce 
afe me was tcveamina and ma/ocnu vewu lad and mother would 
Autner in a cold oath and then a warm owe to malce Aer c&me 
out of it. &he was a vewu Aensittoe c/uld and even as a 

at 



teenaaer. G/he would cry, a lot. 
JraA/uwat&n (^fcnool and was doina well. 





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QsAeve were ha/i/iy, family timet. G&amilu Adonic* a#id 




•/*rxT 




QfletVMj <$f iyuiau Qfutivckiu ditvwev tovmrnev daya at me wvncA 



Q£* tad cmd foaaic ifonofo* c/i(iau toot wA&n, Aev mother 
died iyiaau Aadjud fawned &even. 




'a&motihe* Q/flary, ty/wi&ten&eii 




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QPn Q/V<>vefn6er oftAe &ame year 4943, Aer Q^atAer Q%An 
mawiea a yctvna awman ama lived on tAefarTn newtfo o€w&. 
Q2?ttva& of the Jwc^familUj ana Aer name uxu ^aaenie 
Twain, me umu 27 yean yo€vnaer than Q%An wa&. Qja&tflve 
year* o/aer than the cAilaren atAome still. Q/Ae umz& tAree 
years' younaer than (p&tetla. 




itiaenie Virain 

Offi mutt nave veen very cuMuxiU time w sacA a 6>maU delicate 
oewilaeved cAild uAe c/tuoy tb> ma/ce the aotiasfonent. QyAewnr 
oldest sisters mere mar<rieaana Q/HartAa 47 was the olaestairl 




Q/evi/le ^cc^na ijrarAer 
G&wAome. QfeviUe married )£&renxo> est. &arAe& ana Ae left 
<m a nussicm. QfeviUe remained at A&me fonefolaJcecamofthe 
family wnile Aer Ausbarut upcm <m a missi&n ta {pna/ana£>r the 



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)£. zD. Of. cAuvcA. QrtwaA duwna tAattime tAew Q/HotAev 
Q/MawucUed 

Qsimet ioe>re ^W and it uhu more tAan one could ' eafiect of 
(Q(Mie<me> veallu, me wa&iuata lulu &itte&. Q/Cer£ztAer and 
Q%An towfa, amcmaed few tAi& mawiaae. ^JoAn tooA tytiaenie 
andwentfo &alt &CaAe Tpitu and were mavmedin tAe 
9Z.W. d? <£?e*n/Ue oAov. 44, 4943. 

G&£ rec^du-ntade familu andtAeu had a vewu Aardtime and 
it soon started to moup the strew on them all. 
QsAe cAildren toorAed Aard at 'Ae/fUna on tAe farm. 





TpArit&ie (pllenj ^lenn, xJtaby 

%aaenie soon let tAe family Anow tAatsAe didnotliJoe tAem. 
(§ne unmAified Q&An and did not li&e Am attention to tAe 
dauaAters. <S%e cculd not to/e*aU ^Holy's cvyvnf ands/ielli. 
^PPien m^ started Aavlny ^ 



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constant fawmoU until mtxtolmem were oldenouaA and leu. 

KpAvtMie aid. tp/lenj yrluouana ^tenn were mere fo^ the 
duration mew allw&r/ceain meuelds anam^l/cedj aid me wasn 
and/touse cA&res as well, iyiaau mixed a lotolsenool. 

Q/tta&tha teUs aacUw aocut ctnAum. When Q* ohm teacAina 
in* O/eton ^Jasin at zDa^rou. (SrfooA ^yiuou with me mat 
winter and die attended scnoot mere. William QsVeUotv tauant 
abodes 4-8 and Qs tauaAt abrade 4-b. Q/fCr., QlVeuon was so 
aoodto z/\4iou and Aelfied cjHauvu a lot. <3/he was aole to 
awadwale from me eiaAtAa^raae at zDawu tAatyeur. 

Jre lived ufim aaddu and mother y® / wron. QyAeir aauaAter 
was mawriedfo Q/ftr. QA/elson. 






zDarau is soutAeaAtof^riaas in the mourn ottAe canyon. 



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yftu&u was AoMm at zDa&vu and Ae& close wiesna' was (pdith 
QjnMman. Q/flouwv ciO'wwm AeiAeame sew clothes Aw c/iu/yu 



Q/ttothe* itfj'wwm nod a A/acA co<it we matte it owev fiw cfiuau. 
QzlAaaa mciwatiiaafuv/Uece ana QZrlet iyiatu nave ittoao 
witAtAecoat. We enjoyed f oav yea* tbgetAev at ^aroy. 

iyui&u 6&metime stayed with \pAviMie wAo tauyAt seAool in 
the yalley as well. Q/Ae was at the zOoies ana Victor 
Q/cnocu. 








CSrnne* newccMzt 




uU/A Aex side* Q^ranois 
at (^Jenwu't ^Ca/c* 



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c^idau went to ^tinoalnj (3/cuiAo to stay with (Qtiella and 
via &$tiaev&&n familu ( Aev mtevj QsAeu wtwAeafov tAe 

It 6f <^&uaav \po>. (patella van tAe oca^at^taAouAe toAeve 
c/ieiau wtw/ced and Aemea. &Ae we<nt cmd uaued oftenj a& me 
was awe to Aet/i mare. 





Q/mc6> is tAeACace wAeve me met and fell in lave with yawn, 
Q^<z^neuac^in tana sia/ued at the aoa^ai^naAou6e. 
(^Jawn tola me often after Ae met c/iaau Ae /oneto &Ae was ment 
for Aim. (^A^ven^^je^was<^nuoneelie.J 



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muiy 



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C?la6u & nuvn cd ttiv cDwxiclwau zfticulae In Q%/aAo Qpa/kj QsdaAo. 



nuvn 6€#th Aome tva& <vn Q4le<mo*ia/ zza 



'wite 





&lu6ty and °fawn, toeve married 46 Qfieeewdw* 4929 vn< Gfau 
2!aAe ^ity, HltaA. 2cUe* il tual to/emnuted 'in, lie GAz/t 
SaAe 3^(^(^m^e 2ff Q ^tuc^y 1937 a^diadou^ xvn 
tea/ed tb> u6>. 



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O/Aey Uvea in, <^aaAo Qpaus QrdaAo a wAile, there roan 

worAed as a meenanee at a aaraae. QsAey soon moved to 
tya/ifomiia vy> roams fanily. Gfhovuu there after on tAe 22 
&ctoAer id 3 2 tfoew son Qfovcum, yawn, (^aAwswortA was oorn 

in *£os &^nales. Q/Aey were auvays alaa (they, Aad moved to 
tya/if&wUa. 

Q/Aey maae their Aome in ^lenaalej xpal., wAicA was close 

to yawns mothers Aome. &Ae lovea zsluoy very mucA ana 

tAey were very close frienas. 
criuoy was never very wetlj sAe Aaaa totof female troaole. 

ZAJutwilA a aevcled Auslwnd and Ais tender lovina care. G/Ae 

enioyed a aood life with Ae^fe^nity. Ofter a^eatest^jpoy was 

Aer covnfanion Jatvnariason ^ordon. 





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iyuiluand Qpowum Qfowlow, 

Qsney lived in their name in ^lenaale tyalif&rwia, £>r the vett 
of mew lives. Vaan tvo^lceaas a meeAanic modtol Ai& life ana 
tft&u laved fo travel and &iaM ~&ee and macn Man^tina wa& clone 
tauxzrd it a/6 year low that vacation time. 
QsAey every, feu* yean came to* QlaaAa ta vi&it iyuwyswl/cdr 
&Ae would ao anddlay at ^ffiria and &tellb ana then vititthe 
other sitter and ' wienok. QyAey ouen stayed at otvr Aou&e. 





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QsAe Weaver. QsAeu tvouid came fo> the )£o4ta veiwucvi. 
yrlu&u and 6€&te&& al me veimiow <z£ Osou/tnttA iya^K- <^acma 




*£&> iyi : Kpla#€t,j Qfemllej Q/Ha^maj Tpn&i&tiej (puetij z/tu^u those not 
present mere (psteuaj and SyeatdwAo was deceased. 4345 






Q/alt)£aMe QyentAle 
QsAeu we&e 4ea/eavn me G/a/t ^Ca/ce ^C. zz). Q/. QyemJt/e 4937. 



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tva&lhewtom rtfovdon, v^a 



'aan, 



Qfowlcm Taint <&awi6€wwt& 4945 
Qfowkm mat 6<wn, 22 Wctd^ev 4932 in, ^Lo4 &$nae/e& 

Ofte attended scnaot i&i ^lendale and area* uA there. ^Cearns 
to- bnout the &foee& o/^C&^i. ^toatAia motAev at 46. 

iytuwu €oa& a aood teamafoeto and learned ta teiviiw Aev &ett 
&Ae at&o did OHMAnma and i&owina £w othevfreo/de. 
Qfn 4946 Q/ftartAa andAev daaaAte^ &L046 waited z/iaau and 

Jaunt A&me. &£o4&£aidj QsA&u utere awzcicHtA Aotl and too/c 
u& ta manu/dacet od'iwteve&t. (^/efe/owwia both. d>dant 
Sftuow Aad &n# o/Ae& sic& dfa/& a^ Q^Cy/bow 



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&Ae tocffeved. GTne fold me now* &ne a/i/weeiated and now 
a^ateud sne waa £>r iyioene iyarlcer Q/ftitfon wna livedclote 
andumo ioa& a nar&e and now aood and /cvnd me umm fo ner. 
^yioenet^ &$ant G/ewule'& daaanter. 

GRuvnt ^yearl and Uncle TPi/l wail mem fo and meu event 
ooafina. Q/ftarle TPeauerand &$ffon Qy/uitcner viaited the 




(^arne&uMwth fooA them fo teaawwna Q/tvea&co. JVe all nod a 
foar ol Qftollwoecd. 

&$ant c/iu/yu lowed me oeaattui/ (^vreAt c£aum 
Q/fwmcwia/ c/arK andfooA Q/ltother and Qjfo vttit there owe 
dau. (5fne fold as that^ne desired fo oe lamed mere owen 6ne 
died me 7m of (^eowiary, 4948. Uncle Vaan lowiwalu lata 
ner fo rest in me oeaatifal Qfcwe&t c£cuwn cenveteru on me 4o 
of (^eowtaru 4948. Vaan was laidfo restatner side on / 
oJanaaru 4994. Q/te umza ouvied 7o ofQjfanaaru. Ofte 
died last 46 * years later, c/ialu nod a nice home, a son, a 



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wewdevfiU Au&twmd and a malAev In law la /aw Aev. <3we Aad 
a aul ana i(W4tae#ful life ana me never failed la sou Aaw 
avaleftd $/ie wad tov aU /ie* watting. O/AaaaA Aev lime an eavm 
was 6navtev lhan manu. iyiaau aid not ael la /cnaw Aev 
^auanle^-ln-law. (^aue. Qrtev a#OAul&04v ^aviaanaAe^ 





areal-arand ' aauaAle& &$JUey>. Wnalana^y 

wuloe. . 
&bdu dfcvn, SZonf dFafe, Vfiawd, (0a*d<m 





^vawa&oti 



(^atmuaartft, &rfMey 

$*eal- $*a^™aa<fJUe* 



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* i ■ 



've/wme. c/iao^u toot Slewed fo wve Aere all Aw /ife. 



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696 




c/iuau Qfiemi )£ema (^awnMvovth 




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roan, (puaene (^a&nteiMwtfoj faAe twxwcleclvu /Um and 
eddedwu Q/H. 

(^ovmamefnve&otme Kp/uwcA of q%mi6> vpAviAtof 
cfxzlfep zDau G7ain/d>. 

a&e TPaUace Q/'vatiKiwi (^aiwtetMwJfo 




and Q/PtaAvu (ptfe Q/flacwe. 

QsA&u tu&ve wtavviedwi me &L. zD. Q/. O/efn/de 5 
QSrf/wd4900. 
<3rwa& me teeomd c/Uld and me seco^ndaau i&i tfafbymdu. 



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qPomm 6<wn oMwem6e* 19, 1903 wt <^daAo dFa/k 
GrdaAo &$l ou* Aome wAicA wus /ocatedon Q/nemorial 

WW, wAieA it tAe voadtAatvunt a/ona tAe 6unA of tAe 
wue* wAeve tAe folk it. Pfo/tuedtAeve ivntd o9 ^toat five 
yeai&o/d. 
Q/Vlu AvotAew and f MAtev6> are Qj/enn Jra/lace, Q/vCwie/f 
Town, (Qi&aemej xpAa*/e& lw6a/ed>, Meddle, &$fion 
Q/fta^Uj yriicAava Q/Vtoovej and ^yioAert Jeiwon 
(^awi&uMwtA. 

Q/Aen toe moved to z70ar/eUj QrdaAo wi 1307. TrAere 
Qs started AeAool. Q/ftotAev wenttmtA me 
&$lt went tvett antU vecete men Qy came name and Qy 
fo/dne&j &$tt Qydo* i&A/au and (Srcan da mat at 
Acme, y/outme next daw oacA to seAoot Qrwent. 

QsAe next uwnrnev 1908 fiUAev fited on aia&m out of 
u&l&u, Q&daAo. &$nd we mowed out mere to ttue. 
<^n tAe £z// tve went 6acA to QrdaAo QPattbj fiw a fotfr. 
syjastaefiwe we left WW fatAev /domed out awuu and 
aroundtAe Aouse to AeeA tAe weed down. WAen toe 
vetutwedfkom our intel a /watvie fixe AadtaAen all the 
cvoA otavatn, eaui/wnent and uteech. QsAe Aouse and the 





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oarn tout allmatwaA slundina 6o>fatAer AoldtAefoyrm cmd 
toe moved oacA into iyuu^ley. 

Q^atAer AouaAttuw* old com mere in foam. QwUAer 
a^orAedon mem few toeeA&. &$wdwe tAouanl tAal tva& 
realty totnetAina cmatue leurned oynd studied all we could 
a/wutlAem. 

Q&alAer andmolAer didn't uAe It in cAja^ley 6o> moved 
(i^oacAto c/iiriej <^daAo. Qs/i&re toe all fwutAed our 
scAoo/inu oynd toov/ced on tAefayrwte In me oyreUj In lAe 
tutmnerllme. QAn me tolnJertime Q? eoenl oul to me meeA 
A&rch oyndaoltowne of the bum loymm oynd raited mem on a 
v&tue. Qs/uztajuu saved enouaA money, to ouu three 
Aorses. Qs ojorAed them on wvu uitAer solace. Osm the mil 
Qs Aauled aruin to the milu. 

TPe lived In Zstirie aurina the time ot the areal ffrre thai 
vumedtAe atAole city olocA. 

QsAe need to&mmer Qytoentlo QtaaAo (^alu. QPiuentto 
loorA al (pott <37tde dumber a& a ca^Aenlers Aether, (^rotidnol 
line carAentry t&orA. QsAey atA me, Tpam you driue a 
traeA? (y/ou vet/ j to> Qrtoentto toorA o>riviwa IwacA. QsAat 



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wot my reaZ/uiytnyJcA. o9 utor/ced f tAere on (Sutuvdayt. Q^ 
tout a trucA drive** and Qs liAed f lAatf 

Whew, tutnter came &^atAer and QwlotAer went to (Salt 
^Calce Tpityf&r a trifr. TPeAadan &$antand tylncle tAere. 
Q7ie wanted father to come and worA f&r Aim. When, lAeu 
came 6410/0 AomeuztAer decided Ae would ao to Gsalt ^£a£e and 
w&rA lor mu ancle. Qfte nod oven there a<bout Iuh> weeA& wAen 
the cotnfranu wAo oumed tAe ouildina at/ced Aim toae to 

tya/ifornia. Qfteiuol. (father wrote to mother that Ae lined it 
and for mother to ovina tAe famtlu to tyalifbrnia 60 sAe did. 
Q&*nd wAen 6eAoot woz& throuaA <3f joined them. Qrdidnot 
w&rA wAere father did. &qf€e<r Aetna tA&re two* weeA& OF went 
to wo#A Aatttna aA a ride at cZxwia y®eacA c/te^r. Qswus 
looAina for aioo Qs liAed and ilrivina tru*dc> wou one oftAem. 
Qs landed a trucAjoA in (Qaale c/tocAj tyaufernia and wot 
tAerefor twelve / uear& J and all aarina tAatttme &Aad wanted 
toaolacAto Q$daAo. G/o <^tooA6O4neli4n#0fffbvava 
and went. 

Q/Aadmeta -uoana ladu Ao^neUme oefore and Qswus 
w^rittna to Aer. Gso Qs looked Aer ufe 

Gshe introduced me to a beautiful youna ladu named Jiuoy 
S&na&vm WlexAara, (^daAo. ^fiow//, tAatwus it Q? could 



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not ecU W AleeA, &Ae Aad evewu thdna Qs eve& tucmted. G/hewat 



me<me£w 



five. 




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V •• 


IS K 


■ J 

Br ^ ^V ■ •"* 

uTj fir "41 


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s*^fe- 


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<3>& viaAtawasu dated Aev and not vewu tana ofee* a^/oed new to 
mamvume. JPhen 6ne 6aid (y/es/ Q/he a mawa me Gzftoastfoe 
Q/ta/t/UeU man alive. (3rtwa& thatuxiufcw 47 wcwdevfut 

yeaM. 





JaiMt and clftuou (^arnfaoortfo Q/alt ^£a/ce Qsemfi/e 
e tvere mawiedtn (Sralt *£a/ce Tpttuj CuaA. 



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46 zDeeenvoer 4929. We later nadtwr mawiaae to/einnixed 
inded^SZaAeS.W. d? ^em/ne 26 Q^anuary, 4937 
a^tanaacur 6<wi sealed fo as. 

Weuvedln (^dana Quails £>r iMveuteiaAt month, Qs uwr/ced 
in, a aaraae aumna that&me. zHawu and Q/ decided fomove 
fo tyaufomUa oy> wvu fo/«A in ^tendale. clriuau and mu 
mother veeame umA aaod irie/rid line mother awddaitanter 
/una 'mere we made our nomein ^lewdate. Q/£ tout a 6/essina 
few z/iuivu tb> nave that s/iecial ea^e ananem. G&wiauwat£' 
move to- add to* ouriou a 4&n uw& o&m 22 (hoover 4932 j in 
ZLo& &$MaeleSj tya/ifcmttu. 





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703 



Jre laved and dated aver Jordan aarina that time. JPenad 
a nice name a famivu and aiaa. Q/nere toe made oar Aame in 
^lendale. Qs event to worn fiw a zDodae &$aencu. Qs 
wor/ced there £>r 40 years a* so. Qsnen the Jrarld JPar 2 came 



an. 




'or name in ^lenda/ej tya/tf&wUa. 
Qsn 4942 toe voisyAtoar name at 343 zDryden Qstreetj 
^tenualej tya/uawUa. &$nd tvued maU ofoar li^tbaether 
nere. 

Qsnere town were no Aavfo or can. oA/oworA. Qs went to worA 
£>r the &anta &^e clKallrcad in the tmcA aa^aae and was 
there 25 years. Qs never nod too manyioos oat those Qs 
worAedat, (^ remained for sometime with them. fyvevytnvna 
wetttweUfor aoout7 years. 





704 



JVe foaveledtc- see places a& toe fooA oar vacation, Jre /tad some 
very, sAecial times ana-fitaces. iyiuau AaaAo&r Aealtfo wAic/i 
stemmed fiwm Aer c/u/a/iood illness ana ' itoeaan fogetuwrsej 

&ne evenina amile Of went to- me drtia&fore ta aetner 
some/hina ta ma/ce new feel oeiter sne passed autau. G$*na 
everytnina seemed to* aa outotmu life out ^ovacwi. QrtAas 
never been me same. Jre laid ner to- rest at Q^rest ^Caum 
Q/Mevntwia/ &a#K>. 



% 



awn 



1945 



pardon 





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C^liwnedmu world ufaide doom cmd &<wclow& a& well. 
Qftwcum cma <^liveain vw* rumveaettma a/cmafiw &&me 
time. 






Oj/„, &}„<„.„ jPc»j QkiliU 



itwyjumi 



MM V 



milOMKVrC .'In ir ...-it:.-.-;, 
OH R/<tJu»Mi,, llu f~i.„U,)L JQ')lafJ. 

kl-'M-C ''KM,. ..in J, him, llM.frXlU UNci Jl/ly-/f.U 









Greetinas... %- 

r r .'M&^' - "v 

toyourUse $MwmWl 



Aden<? & Voun Farnsworfli 



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706 



O/Aen Qdmeta lady named Qwliss &dr/ene <£rCent 
^iuinaAam we were marriedin *£as Jaaa& , QAevada. 

20 Q/tuvrcA 4954. JPe were loyelAer£>r nineteen years. 
(5fhe foo/z aocd care of me and Q7&rd&n t/wa lAose yean 
We were foaemer for nineteen years. Qy worAed for the 
Gfanta &^aye c/uiilroad for 25 years oma lnen retired. 

JPe went&n a nice wzcafawi every year andfoavelfo> fecial 
AlaceswAicA Qs uAed to> do-. &daer retimna GS$rlene and Qs 
made many friends and we Aad voiiaAtie&an &dvrsJeam 
travel O/railer. JPe Joined the &$wsfoeam caravan and 
traveledwilA (Aemfor several years. &d<rlene was taAen Ml 
and Aateed away in 4982. QZrlvvedin my trailer in 
&dnaAeimj California. ^yiiaAt across (Ae 6foeetfoom zDi^ney 
land for some time. 



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/ 



/,» 



J 



$<wcl&n 4952 

<3fUjentio< the temAle veaulowlu ana aid Molina ana the otAev 
owUnaytocet. QsAen mu eyeuaAt vegan fo fail me atta Or could 
not Atcwid tAe lovielinete. 

^ovd&n Aadmawieda w<mdevud aM and Aad a life ofAi& 
oumnciv-. Q/A&u caved few me a>nd &aw> to mu needs. cXJut Q* 
wanted to be vewu inaefi&naent. <^wanJea6o> mucA fo wait 
(^daAo. Q7o Qs flew there to* a/fend a OMveroUofavelatiue. 
QsAere Qs realised Aow deav these familu mem&em Aad become. 

iven ciffrev alltAese yeata it heat teemed li/ce yesterclau. 
^w^ ; i girt Ae mamiedis named &^age. Q/Ae is a lowelu 
ladu. 



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Qftew name t& Q^aue {p/len, G/ay/ov 




tStlr-. 6aU ' .JayJc* 



n&aue 



<*w»***k*» Mrs ttmffiape <f/ti f/atttd/r*. 
& 



art* 




28& ofofane 4958. QpfcSa* °P^ J oMvada. 

QsAeu toxm, <xuo/Ueaa little oou wAo> t/wu na^nea z/joAjia 



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709 




Qfowuwi. Jrtoitaiau Ae was tb> clo/e ove>pf<w> allot ha €mdno€0> 
wiMwwecUa. 




4963 the (5&a&>n6€u<wth 

zDaywd is aroam aA now a*uiA(x&&£amMuo£Aj&eum. OrCe 
Aasaivew me a a&ecU a&cmd cAud Aow Meaaed &n*£etiocittoa it is 



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710 



fo Aawe thM /weeiotiA c/uld. &he i& named G&un/eu 




z/jdvid ' awd momw &^oyue 




(^oyuecmd Qfovckm 




4992 °Kum <md (^aU wUhfivmi/y, doy 

&$/ette* received ' ty oMeftoin, d^aye cmd &o*clo*i 
<S%arn644Mw£fb to notify u& of TuMn's/iaMMUf cuva^. 



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^ear£z#nity. 

Juan, became iwialde la see andAear andAadta oe laAen care 
cfau Ais devoted clatiaAler- in — law &^aue emetine lime came 
wAen Ae fell and vamAed Am Aexza oadlu. Q7a we decided to fat 
Aim in, a lana-ler^n cam facility. JVAicA is a veru Aard 
decision to maAe for laved ones. QsAe dau lAeu cAecAed Aim in 
tAe facility Ae Aatoed awau. Qjanaary 43 j 499b. QSVaviA 
QftouMwoodj ty<ili£w<nia. 

^ravesicle services were Aeld43 Qjanuawu 499b at 
4z/Q/H. &^&iici<itina toot (plder ^Hx>wland G7i6U W (iAMtland 

Q/Ce was laid la rest vesicle Ais wives in (forest ^Lawit 
Q/HemoricU ^orA ^lendalcj tya/i&w>nia. 

(o/Ae letter continue^/ QsAere was a maiar eartAaacdce in lAe 
boos &^naeles area. (4-49- 499b) Jre are fine/ QsaAina lAe 
advice cflAe media to- oeAre/iareaj we were. &$fte>r livina 
mrouaA lAe 4974 aaaAe. Jre Anew wAatto da. 

iyersonallu (^msoAa/iAu zDad did not have la ao tAroaaA 
lAi&. JPe Anew Ae was alfieace and in no moreAain. 

Q/Aere were 6o many, lAinas wrona witA Aim. (^ar me Aasl b 
years Ae Acts been sleadityaoina dawn Aill, cmd no way could 
we da anytAina aaautit. Jordan was warAina ana <^rdid 



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tAe vest Os Ameu* Aoeo, Qseoas very, AaAAu tAat (^coulddo tAat 
mucA few Aim. 

(yew son zDatnd aave a wonderful la/A at the semtices a 
a&eatfowute to Am avandlalAep, wAo Ae lowed so mucA cmaAte 
g&awdfatAev lave Aim, loo/ Qytwas Aa&aon zDavia. zDad 
was so fwoud ofAu a/real- avwnddauaAtev C^uAlou, .loo. Qfle 
called Ae^ Ai& fwaaw-AusAev. 

QsAe clem after zDad Aassed awau. zDavias cop was stolen. 

&$l tAis time Ifoeu Aave nol fouttdita&wlou* yHi&Aofii&a 
/w/iceman, andAe sola. QsA&u fwoAaolu new* would. Q7o it 
seems 439b Aasrv'tslu^lea 'out well for us, out <3rAmout toe will 

QsAanA& again, fov evevytAwia/ 
JruA *£ove 

^oraonj Q7*aue 
<§f (^atwilu 



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713 



714 




f le>mt tyA>V€6fon6e<n, ^Lona 



<mcl 



Qftotoel &$lmecla QfCwmub 





'vouA Q?i€&&wie6> 





4985 - 2003 



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amd wi laAima fame fo icwite you^ c/ emo^wd 




&$nd 



(^wubfona nve 




lowd 



C4W&. 



QM(Sa ^^wi/wf 



Qsne Qflewn, \pn&€&fenAe>n *£<ma Qficwmlu 



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3 ^eUaary 4309-23 ^ctM* 4956 



QrwaA 6<wn, in, zTvea^araj QrdaAa 3 <^e6weawu 4909, the 
yciMvae^cAuacfa^Mmlu often,j ana the &eco4ta&&n o/O/fla^u 
tyfW€Alen4e<n< ana Q%An William )£&na. Q/Hu eawu 
c/ulctfu)c<l it vem* Acuvu in wvu ntina. ^mefaxz/lu thefvwt 
thina OF can wmemae* i& the death otmu aea& ntathe*. 

&n 4z op GStf/wil 4943, &Ae aiea. *£eaw€<na wieuidt a fotw- 
yetw-o/a. Q^aujinttaAentelo^tatc^ Q? nod lott the 

oeAt&iend QrAad. 



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Q/fvu mother Q/vlarg tyAri&ten&en ^Long 

Gfo (^ tu^rnea to ntg dad. Whenever itwa&Aotteole to do &Oj 
Ae tooA me witA Aim. Qy was cott&tantlg with Aim following 
wAerever Ae went, ip&tellej Tplava and c/eari were married 
and lived neav og. Q/eville uhu married out living atAome 
wAile ^Lorenxo uhu on a mission, zyiogaland Q/HartAa were 
aetata to c/iiclc& and ipArissiej (pllen and criuog granvntar 
seAool. zDad^ltAe must fond women, mal could nei/i fui tAe 
gaA mg motAer left. &ur£i^nilg tola Awn to ta/ce iteasg ana 
give tAings tome ana tome would Ae/A Aim malce tAe rigAt 
decision. QsAeg all were close everyone were ctxAaole to worA 
andAem. exjut, Ae made uA Ais mind to solve tAe /woo/em, vg 
mawryong, a goung ladg in tAe maiden wag wAo lived uA tAe 
voad a^id Aeyied u& once in a wAile. GsAe would Aave a name 
attdafamilg Aer own andAe would Aave a co^mAanion. 



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QTiewn Tp. )£<ma 22mcm. QfleMM and ' 3fla6wjL<ma 



49H 



b sur. cmd7 y<M. 4943 





<U4i>n&* atlhe wmcA Qplewn, wo/c^na at iyeamo^t 
viant side Aicfawe. @(he>* famUu memoes. 



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719 




q%Am )£<ma familu in 4906 ioAew, theu u#U mowed fa 
iyieaAura. Q/fuivtfraj \pla&aj iyiaya/j Q/evlUej ^yeam, 
G/ecUea: ^Cla c/i. (plle<n, J Q/Ha^AolcUna iy\AiaUj q%Amj 
xpAriMiej 7p&ielle (qtIwwi iwtocwi €mtU4909j 





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(pmanuel ^Co^va 



QjbAn, Jri/learnt e£owa 





QylerMt ty/wi€AfenAe>n, )£<ma 




)£e&te<p i^jert^Lo^va 




Q/fuencwl Qp/etwi )£<ma 





721 




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Andereon 



Ateshan Heber 

Ctffe&nsen Thsraock Will B-ir 

, H^ftha Lang Millie 

Cka Long &*& Laife-j'sd&f^lha^wk 



Will »*$;« 
Wr*»$ 



Rc-ja" Long 






P«art Long Brian 
>fc-.s &$* 1 



Hoena 
Roberts 



Levant 
Chrs&men 



CSftefnsan sopius iMaidle 



hlac'»W« 



My Long 



Chr&fe Long 
Leon iv*$nfe#*$ 
Art;«rec^ 



John long 
fl&ys hJKarcl 

Giefi Lons 



Martha 
Morgan 



Joseph 
Thomock 



Wary 

Aj^erson 



Sarah Elte* Umg 



Hwd 
Ttab&r 



Jofrt 
Brian 



This picture was taken the day 
of Mary Christensen Long's fu- 
neral, April 15 r 1913. Mary 
Christensen Long was the 
mother of 11 children. Bessie 
died at age 3. John Long later 
married Eugenia Virgin, No- 
vember 6, 1 91 3 and they had 4 
children: Francis, Evan, Mark, 
and Clifford Long. 



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tyuaenie Twain, mu &teA mother. 
&$ffre* mu molAe* died. Q/rlwfaJAep mcwvied aacUnj Ae 
mawied fyuaenie Vi&ain. UA to> tnu time mu sufov Aad 
taAen ccwe of me. JPAen mu &te/wnothev coyme into- our 
Aome Qs wa& move ov lete iwidev Ae* cave me wa& uacwU/u 
aoodto- mej outevett men me coiudnattaAe tAe/uoyce of 
mwmotAeK. 

&$cwm the &foeet fvom at lived ^Havm &faiclcntd. 
Q/te u&e to* come wev oynd^/ovu with me omd (^tvouldao 
tb> Ai&Atace awd/uau. JVe oeccnne the oedtof&iencL omd 
cAums 






1 iensn tiPaterina omd 
Q^<x^t^Aem^ 



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&$t Aome In foww, in ^ytea^u^a. 




Qs afarfod 6cnaol <xi the JraAnino^n ouUcUwa in 
yfteaxHi&a. Qs taent fo> ScAool Aere imtil me QRu/cwnt 
(^scnov/ (mz&> 6mM oma mew Qs€inu foatttfew^ meve. Q$u 
mis Ume toe moved to ou& wmcAj mree miles norm of 
yfwamwa. Qs toot aetdma larae enot&aA Id- Ae/fi on me 
famn. Q/flu&i&fep (pllen cmd Qs toor/ced fajemev on me 



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. iyvau and OP iyuyua/ivitn the ^y!pac/c6&n, lomo, ~z)<idcnuC (pUeii 

st&mAiwa, Qplenti oelow- to- wovk the tecwn. 





(pu&n, Qjlenn,, iyuibu, in the field 



Q/tenn Actual ufiUae down atbA tne 



TrnUe Q? toot In the si&tsi, devewtn,, <md eiaAth arade&j Qy 
zDad €ww<vu6' 6ent tit tb> cAtwcA watUamu 6& Qytect^nea 



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QDeaetm, 6 Q/PuvrcA 4924 6y Q%6efiA Q/. QrarAtnscsn, at 
tAe Qfarst Ward in ^yiea^laraj <^daAo>. 

JVAen Qrwas in tAe seventA oracle. Qs last a lot ofi 
seAaotw&rA and so Qs nod to* tone me seventh twice. 
zDarina my seventh and eia/UA araaes at (^scAool Q?rtboA 
areai interest L in wcoawcmctna and Coventry. <3fliAed 
awimmetic especially well. Q/Hy fiitwrile teacAer was zD. 

Var g#aauati&n exerci&e wa& Aeldin me 
iyiea^ara Q/aoernacle. 




tinder tAe ^ stiAervuian cfioarfrrimci/ialj ^earae Q/ux^ies. 

&$t tAu fame wad wAen ^l first oecame 
interested in scoatiina and joined me cxjoAcat Ksatrolj 
dsrccfi qAo*. 2j o/ 3rleodiMea. Q/Aat same year Qs 
advanced 'to- a second class,. Q/Ae fizllowiny year Qs 
oeeame a first clast scout. 

Carina me summer ofi4925 Or went to- Qseton 
>astn to* w&rAlar two montAt. Q/Ae first time away 
fi&m Aame. C&i tike sfirina ofi492ffmy IwotAer Jtoyal 
came afi firom Aa fizrm in TpacAe Talley. (^ndwa^vted 



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me taaa dottm and twwA few Aim <wi me fawn,. JrAile Qs 
umu aoum tAere, zDad tooA tocA Qs Aad fo ao> A&me. Qse> 
late* in tAe Aamme* Qs went uaeA to* \pacAe Valley. G7o> 
tAatfall Of started scAocl in tyufftm. Q/fly iwerfAev 
maveaona Qs Mowed and cemtfoueea AcAac/ till 
tyrw€6fima&j tiwvAvnafiw my, ooava. Qfantch toe&e law- 6& 
Qs atul toAool and tvent ta imwA <m, the fawn, till <^Aaa 
enouan itwuu to-oetAotne. 

zDad ivoA &icA in aed 60 Qs stayed and Aemed Aim few a 
toAile. QyaataioA tvewAina few a QjaAonese fawner 
aovnafawn wewA. Qs toewAed tAere nearly two yearn. 

'arina tAi& i%me my aaaaiedof&tdinacA canoe*, 34 
Q^lavcA 1927. 




Q4iu£cUke& Q%An /ffllUcvnt ZLona 



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Q* continued eiw^Aina fb& t/ie 

wov/o. &n t&e 1 o^Q/flovu 4927, <^6oucfamufi^ca& cmd 

cowmen*^ Aav€Ma mufwn. 




Q/lewn* toitn Ai& mew^u <zwtomo6tie 
QsAe&e tveveAlaeet fo-ao- amd t/Unas to do cmd (3rw€c& 

you^tu omd fau of life 









KA*- : » 






i.V 



1.' •- . WSQR&S 



Qt/ewn *£<ma 



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16 





Q7lewn,€<w ty&felle&/uitfrowi Q/tieccico 



Q/fu& toMwrnev 4927 mu fw&t v&mcmce veaatt. Qs 
cosMMenceaaotna with (pclna Q/twn6en. 






'leovn, ^tc^ta cmd ipcUia Qftanaen, 



730 



Q/Ae fouowvnff fa/l Qs uavted ' mu zeecmdweoy* ofo/uaA 




C^rfocA two aa<wJew cwwlAadfo auitcmaaa (o> wc#A. 
QsAatd/wwia <3rwentt<> Qsefon, zXjomm, and uavted uxwA few 
TpuiaA Q/cwiAa mu omtAew In uua. Q/Aa£faUj 4928, (^riewfea 
AeAoc/iw, ricfop. Qs ueeame cleefi/u witeve&lea im &cA*wl atta 




cutexyu&ma (Acta mucAuwi itAeldfow Q/tte. i imL m A 02s act 
aeatiainJed 'witA &$liwn, Q/nvzfitma/a'j we wevefra/b au^na 
aw 6cAool clout. 



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Q//enn,cm Ofo. QPovk 



at yield* 



QsAat / uea& Qy joined the 6cou& mere omd iua& a/i/winded 
G/erU&r iyatrol ^Lecwler. QyAatux/l (^ slarlea /UayMta 
6<z&/ceUHz/l. Qs Aloyued ow trie learn few Jicfor QtGoA. 
(^itn#6Jwinaof4329 <^ &<)/& frowt in mu fvr&t o/wrettaj 
QsAe cXJelle of <tta&ceuma . 

QsAe fbuotuvwa tovnvmer Qs tu&r/ced a/l to&mmew ow the 
ia#m fb& mw 6€dfer Q/HoyrtAa& Aut&an&qMuaA QsowAt. 



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fo> AcAoola senior. QytuaA elected 
&taaent oOouu & vefaaent twthaut cwi oAA<ment. 




\xfy WreuctentofCfflctb* Q%yA <§Uoo/ 1323 




SS t% 




%^dy^^g^/ 



Vftc&HcS.W. (Sf.^AuKcA 



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<3faM& tauaAtthe zDeacon^ aucwum atcAwrcn that year, 
anawat a/i/ici/nfed aMirfani scoutmaAfev. Of was anaale 
(o> Mau ooMcewall thai year as Qs fom a liaament ~wi mu 
lea and nod fo aa <wi oruteAe&. 

O/Aal d/witta Qs tccA Aarl i&i anolA&r oA&rettaj QsAe ^Lea 
Qftoa&e oJ QH^tale^. zDwrina this year Qs wot iteAAina oat 
and Aavina fan. Qs sldr/ed aoina witA ree&e QJtateA. Qs 
dAeivttfoe Aanvmer wovAlna for ^Liae. GS$nd stayed there that 
winter. Qs wenl oat to- Q^Uoio^i and dAeni taw- &r tAreeaays 
with Veete at &Ae wa&aoina to 6eAao/ oat tAere. 

(^Aew/touwna 6amme<r Qyw<wAeaf(*r ^dae antiltAe 24 
ofo/MMf' anath&m Qrwentower to Qftolmeb Treaver&'j 
my 6#oiA&r-tn -lawtj and ttevrted fucAina Aeat with Aim. 

vnatA&re Qs met Qftaxei QTvymut. 




>e£>re Qs nod vec&me well aeaaalnted witA Aer, Qs 
went la QsaaAo Qraut to worA In the (^suaar (^act&ry 



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at ^Lincoln. WAtletAere Qs act to tAin/cina aloat Aer 
and aeetaed to write. &ar cowredAonaence leaan and we 
lecame oetter-aaaaiinted and ' letter foiendt. 

&$fie<r tAe QHiaar eamfcaian (^ went to ^ocatello. 

WAiletAere Qs went to cAurcA ana ' oecame teoutmasteref 
tAe Tanauaras. (^filayedlasAalAa/llor tAe Q/fl- Q/flen 
ana- was cAcsen all conference f&rtuaru. 

(parvu thai 'd/wina Qs left and went looAina £>rworA 
Qyenaeaiifr in ^yiexoura tAiwAtina leetSj aaain. QR*H 
winter QyAaaleen wvitina to Qfiaxel and mat Qjfane 
Qy6aw Aer off to Q/Hontana. &$f€er QyaottA&oagA 
thtwtitina oeets, Qswenton to O/eton iyoasin QyAelfiea 
^Liae and Qscwn iyuoule in, toe Aau; then, w<wAeaf&r 
^eorae Qstone. G&M soon as the AwrweU oeaan, Qs went 
oac/c to- )£imcoln to work anotAer ca#n/uiian at the Qsaaar 
(^actowu. Qftaxelcame oacA from Q/flontana ana went 
to Q/f(udc£aAe to live. Qyinaae several tri/is out there to 
see Aer. Qso attAe end of tAe Miaow ran we were married 
45 ™ecem6er 4932. C$$ttAe courthouse in QydaAo 
(^fax/Is, QydaAo. 



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Tre&e mam<€e€l45 [z)ece<mae<r 4932. 




Q7lax£l &$lmeda Q/twmu6> 

'own: 26 <§fyt. 4943, Wevty, d?daJu> 





e&t Q7tm^6c^t cwid Q/flawu crewy, QjrCwmu& 



736 



Q/vatoel lived in QsreaMMtetonj QrdaAo-j wAen &ma/l and 
men moved la Odtud ^£a/cej mere &Ae /ived anli/ $Ae wa& 
aueeMj QsAen Awfre&Aman year &Ae went 60 Preston lb 
6eAool &fayina al Aer G$*anl Qfaaiej far that "uear. (3/Ae 
aasicallu wa& rcuAedon a farm, a oeauldid lavelu air/. 
QsAe neat 'year she went la O/elan zsdoAin tAere she- 
finuAed A&r Mmowinaj ^radttafima JalecuelarwmofAw 
claw, al ^viaa&j (SfaaAoj O/eton QtUoA G/cAoolj Qfoi 
odtay 4932. 

QFttvaA auvina mi& fane &Ae met and fell in, lave wilA 
Qflensn &£ana. QsAeu toere mawied 45 j zDece^naer 493 2 j 
in lAe caarl/iouu ><in QraaAo QfiaUb, QPaaAo. QsAeu lived 
witA Qflewnt 6€&le&for tAefw&tlAree monlAs in ^Lincalnj 
QraaAo. 




i »il 9 a 1 



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14e lived at mudistev's \pArissie and Ausaand Ofto/mes 
Jreavew Aome in ^Lincolfv. 






issie Weave* 

JPe tiwediAeve avouttAvee weeAs andtAen wentta Qiseton 
cXJaMsMj (3sdaAo>. Qs Aeated ^Liae QJonAs teed &AeeA and 
we staued tAere £>* a coaftte of months. d/Aen Q/tcuceos 
zDad wanted me to come andAetfi Aim so we wentoacA to 
Q/flud *£aAe and A^/fad tAem move to iyi^aau. 

Jw/weainonewomoftAew yftigAu. Os 

Aetfwdon the fawn,. Qs aaain wovAedattAe Q/uaav 
Q^acto^u at ^Lincoln. QyAi^tinve Qs drove vacA ana 
fovtAtvoin, yftiavu. Qs wovAed antet tAe tasl weeA in 
zDecemoev. 

@tt / Qlanaowu 493 bj oiwlwstoaAu was 6owt. Q$fi 
tittle awlj we named Ae* Q/Vlawu> iptda )£ona, sAe was 
oowt wMA d/unav€f€€taj (often dftine) u&fbuaAtfO&Awufe 
Ae* stem witA as was vewu sAovl '2 4\2 montAs. Q/Aeftateed 
awau 22 Q/Ha^cA 493b. ^Leavina as atone vutmucA 



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closer. We varied Aer c/ose tv mu motAer in tAe Gtuaar 





W 6u>eet little Q/flawu 



zDocfor vtus ana death Aas town, demoudAed oar small 
inc&me and it was necessary, to* fvnd additional wo#A. Qs 
tried cmd fated to* no> await. . . rememver these were 
agression dam, (finally in aetfwration, Qs atoned ' fiw 
ty.Tp.Tp. ipainfiandwascAosen. Qs left 2? <d &dfrril. 
(SrAatedto leave QTiaxet and A&me vol it seemed to ve the 
only way. Or was sent to Qse. Q/ftarieSj QsaaAo not fa* 
fn*m Jpoeurd' GSdlene. Q7t 'matin the dArinaoftAe year 
and tAe scenery was beautiful the wAole country was 
covered witA fiouwrs and beautiful sAravoery. 

Qs saw ureal 'many things that were new- to me oat Qs 
stilllecome dreadfully AomesicA. &ur food was fro&r and 
we didnotAave enoaaA to* Aee/t, us vusy so time otraaaedon 



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for ub. Qy/cnew QftatoeiwaA not/ia/i/iu 60 <zfter forty 
awu6 Of ^returned Aome. 

Qs Aad not oeen Aome onlu a few cuvu^ wAen we mowed 
Into aAlace ofowr own to ao at we/uea6ea. 

Qsn thu Aome we renteatAere was onlu one room tAat 
realty was livuo/ej out tAat aid not aideoaraae us. 
JPefuveaus a nice little Aome there ana were very AaAAu. 

Q/Aat summer Qs worAed Aere and tAere wAerever OF 
could and worA we were careful and a^auualty added to 
our Aome. QsAen wAen fall camej Qfwentlo worA at the 
Gfuaar (factory aaaln. QsAat'uewr (^AaatAe 
^CinteQ/tlln (bowman ioo. Q/Ae ca^nAalan was tAort 
tAat run oat we were careful and manaaed to 6ave a tittle 
moneu. 

(Quer tince we were mawrleawe Aad oeen Aavina ana 
/uannina toao to the lem/de, out we AadAad&o little 
money, ana6o> mucA 6€eAneu we Aadnotoeen aide too. 

was over we made 
/wefawatton toao to the tem/Ue andoe mawriedfor alt 
time and eternity. 





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^toacwi QsemAle 



JPe me&e sea/ed o ofQDecem&ew 4934, <^n the ^Loaan 

Jre dfeetita ween viMlima ou& velcUvve& alexia the wwu 

and Aammea. 

Qyen, yeata Aateed and memu mwia& Aa/tA&wed and 
uwe fotwettettj mina& mat mould Aawe oven recorded. 



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W otdeatton uxu oom 47 &etovev 4335, we named 




Aim ^Cetfep ^jOe^t^Co^ta 

JVnen Ae was 2 montAs old we made oa* a&U 'move one 
andoneAa/fmile&fvomwAewwewemiw ^H^oou. 
Q/Aen in tAe 6/wvna we moved to ^Lincoln to live. Q/£ 
was nea* tAe (Sfuaav Q^acto^u andtAere we vented a 
fawn. 





* 



* An 

* . in 

fwa and (p&tell GS$ndev&on& lawn. 
Q/Hiles east o& tAe suaaw factowu uA me ^Lincoln voad. 

QsAe d/wina in 493 8 j wetounda 5>mallAieee ot abound 
in G&vmmon and ocaaAt it, so now- we intend to oailda 
house on it. 



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Qrn the 6/imna 34 Q/ltarcA 4939, <mw second ton wa& 6om 
atA&me <wt, me fawn,. 

((p<Ufop& note: ipn&eMiej and {Qtfellioeve mere ta Aem and 
$uen a cotninofivn and eaxxtement tve cm/dren mould not 
stau outfo/ucvu 6o> me neiaAoew Q/ftar'u Qftan&en 
fewMiaaed u& foao doom to- me meeA meek ana tee all me 
netalamo^. 

Jrnen toe came lacA mew tvab a new Ixzty o&u/ 




Qsn&u named Ann zDawell Qflenn ^Lona. (Q/te wa& 
the loveliest little lau lalu Q? Aad eve<r teeny} 



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(paltfort oAofe: 

Qs muU record for Aiaforu tAi& fecial tAlna thai occurred 
with zDarrell. JtAen Qsnoto TPAlte ana the Qfeven 
zDwa^ came to me tcreen. Q/Ae zDwa&fb worA tona, 

zJDi&j -fita, -H)ia>j Otic loved lAat ~6ona and wentaround 
tlnaina It. Qfte Aada lilue metal tomd vucAel and 6Aovel 
and carried It around ataai^ta a^ta 6€^talna. (3rtwa&6o> 
cafe j Qftte mom attd a&atidmolAw 

zDla, at a ferm ofendear^ne^a^dlttlucA witA Aim 
and Alt mom used It all the lime. Qso Qs lAouaAt It was 
Alt name, Qs did not rememoer Alt name was zDarrellj 
unlit Zona after Qs was married and someone called Atm 
Worrell wAen at a meetlna. 

Qs Mil to tAt& dau Arefer ca/uwaAlm -!l)t<f •• &$na 
Ae fells me AMfamllu memoers still do. 
Vurfamlluj zDactj mom ana Qs would vuit tAelr Aome 
wAlle oiuialna their Aome. G$$ndwAlle Qylenn was at war to 
AeUi tAem In anuwau. Qs emoued Alaytna with the bout. 
Qylenn atone time oultta merr^uao around, teeter loafer for 
their Alau aiardltwas so mucAfun. 

Jre vi&iteatAem almost weeAlu until after Uncle 
Qflenn came Aome from war. G&*unt QsXaxelAada 
wonderful aaraen and rustwerwu AatcA that would deuaAt 
an/uone. 



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Qflenn continues: 

''u& funds were small and did 'not L aa £z#> 6ut&u doina 
all me uw#A nvuself (^ nu^naaed la iui/da nice two-vo&m 
Aause. (^AadntntucA experience <zt catfiewfau wovAj 6ut 
Q/ enjoyed it. &$ndbu uwtdwna Aere andtAere 
araduaivu learned more ana maw avoutit. 




O/aAen Qjfome 4999 

JPe mavedinfo owr ami A&me 5 @ctbv&r 4939, every oit 
wall au owr own AanaSj &$nd always a /dace neat and 
affirae&ve mrouaA me years. 

QsAe years marcAedon and we araduauy added fo our 
Aome. QsAe oawn kmu ouiltj meaoyraaej me outside fvniaA 
Aid on me Aouse and /tainted. QsAe cu/uwavd ouiU inside, 
me fences ouilt, ana facet and mruos ft/anted. 

wn 48 Q/VowetnAer 4944 j our second dauaAter ohm 
twrn. Pre named Aer Q/tuzaine. 



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Q/fuzaine Qfwen )&ma 
Qju&tafew wee/cs late* <Mt ztDeeemoew / 49&1 f c/earl 
Qflavbiw was lomoed and ou& counfau declared wav. 
QyAtng^ wentow, a^taataWtchiinae mucn,. (3rwa& 
aoina carfwwfau awv/o ma/cina aood moneu 60 we ouiu 
owta 044& noutej aaaina two oearcomSj aAArcacAj oath ana 
nail. cLife teemed full ol <0aa^^feo^&^ #<^^^^ <fc?^ 
AaMea. Qftatcels zDad died of&toinacA cance*. Qfte* 
mother came ta live with as. Qrtatoel needed Aev teeth all 
Aullea ^tester act vAeumalie fevers ana was h<M/Utalitcea. 
Qftastel found she was ea^iectina again. &ar 
cotnAucalums town, fiassea. Q/flanu times we could nave 



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made move andvettev tue otoav o/t/uwtunities lot its 
easier to* &ee tho&e ttUnm oiue* those cAances Aatte famed. 

G#n, the earlu 6/wina 0^4943, Os started uwv/wna fall 
time and tteadu at tffiotwtmx/le ^Lam/wr tyotnAanw. Of 
veallu enjoyed the uhwKj toe Aad a Aroiect ot Iwildvna 
terixiU s/t£<u on $/dd& Qs headed f the /woiect. 

^vadaallu the ukw ohma cveeAtna uA <m allot us. 
iyiamo4& flew- a^oiMtdthat <yve- iyeart QTlaroov fathers 
would ve drodted. Q&M fall a/iAro<icAed it veeame 
inevitalte. &n 7 QjfamMZWU 4944 mu induction ft<i/ier& 
came, sayina Qrwa& to* veAovtat ^oca/ello, (^daAofov a 
Anmieat eaxi^ninoytion. <3rwa& touown* into- the &2wmUj to 
leave fa* Gwwt ^ouala&j ^ItaAj 40 dfelvaary, 4944. 
Q/vow evevytfwna mutt oe fiat on Aold. 




QPn tie awnu now 



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Q/Vow came lAe mad &e&amv/e foc^veadu fo> leave G/o, 
manu tfowia6> to* aa anato* utue lime, (^vienat new* 
seemed to aeaVj now loveao4ie& to/weciauAj amtU Ae/iawaiian 
lArealenea. Q/Hu oirifoaau uhz& 3 (^eo^aa^u 49lilf. 
Q/flu ti&leM attafamilu all made a dAecial Acini la aive 
me a/wetentw aa sarneinirva eafoa nice few me. 




^ffi mtn and cAudven 




Q^ami/u of ^flewn and Qfiax^l Oft. *C<ma 
Qflcuiel, Q/flaavne, zDamell, &Ce&lep, Qjlewn, 



'n Ihe mtwnina cflfoe iu Qrleftn&me at awe aclacKfiw 
Qs wwem ncl wnal. 

(^&faueaat Qfcwt ^cua/atla* aaoutlen days ana 
men uhxa Aentta lane vatic fcaitUna as an itifantmMfwwi. 



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(pa&lu vn, Q/ftau Qrtva& fainde/wett ' fo> a combat 
enaintie&iwa vaJtautm wrtxlsentm aoum me coa&tcf 

wina. QZfiva& rfaM&ned at 
\p<iniA \pa/lcwi and toomced a/owa me co<i6t ma/cMia 
SeacnAead lajnaUng&. Q/Aen £w ten aaut Q? tvas terd ~ fa- 
tea, affov tuAicA toe moveacawtfi ufr Id- Oscm c£ou€& 

zDurMta mteAeriodoflime mu wife Qfiaxela€[^e vt&m fo 
a aauame^j vowi 43 Qjinve 49U4j we wMca/lAev 



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* 



Qyletvn, owfwr/ouaA &$wum &qhvn, 

OR* airlouaA wa& aromfoa me <wi 26 Qjiwie 4944 cmd 
Qs neaaed n&me. &M me momtina of the 2 8 ^jotte Qs 
a&mved nome. Qft&me again fo mufatnivUj fo 6ee mu 
new twa-ween-old aaugAte^ GSwmv. Q/wmefoallme 
mvngt Qs nod dAerU ~mu ufe vuclcUna and iipowcvna tow. 
Q/fCu fu&louaA wot aa^lng me fane me )£owafwmilu 
yfte(wUo4v wot rvecd and il ~ woa fo ve Aela in (^n/cowtj 
(^aaAa. Q/flu V4to0wp-vn,-law> Q/telm KQlarK woa ounoA 
of me Qyn/c&m JPardj dAecicU Aewnitei&n wad granted few 
u& fo Aolao€W own towraymenl meeting on me Qfandcvu 
oxZeiwocw, at me (Srn/c&m cnurcn. JpuA QsCeitA Jwe&icUna 
cmd mere we would nave /weciou&> &$wn given a name 
ana a meulng. JPnata d/wcia/aou it made and ' neavlu 



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<z/lmu to&few atui families we#e t/i&w. &^u6o Aacla 

ma. Qs carried all mat 'in, mu Aeawt. 




b£fo 3fleve*e Sack TpAvi&tie ^r. ZLovenxo- 9r. !£eon (£&., <2«o cP. cTlafiA Oft. Qjlvn, 

oJtortt* (^^Q^%® <W, QJLvce/WdX^i % SSoaite % Warn, <#/., 
zfoeltu {p., Qjanie <md yfijelA, zOrian-j iTUt/A «*/ 6abu. ^Oar^oyra Q/. Q/fuwu Q/., (p/len- 
Tp. QPtcZMate in went: tyntut GS$. Q/taxelw-/ Q/flaaine, ^oes/er ^/enti/zDameU 
SZoMffj zfovip G&/ / Q ffrf2o*#oUne Q ff4cvuev, Q/ttel&a C W! oMuline d^<md%/cUne 
\plcniK. GsAeve a&e matmanw move ftotftic6u#e in mi& factitive. Qrn cAafiel. 

QsAote fen aayt oluimcuaA 6uAAed ffwoiia/i, my, Aanas 
li/ce wafep and toew a&ne. Qsne>n aaclo fe uxw aaaln - - 
veal mar tfu& lime - - not lAe Jwaclice Icina awwrnove. 



W 43 ihe ofafyf' 49^4. OF refawted Aach 60 catn/t, 
ealej tyali£wnia and lea^med aw wewe lo> sail 



immediafolu. 



^leftcSfan d%mux&oo.22 - 25 \July MM, mm 
cowiwu and tailed ' fo QfCawati awwinp 34 Q/wty 1966. 



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fyafon&vve Qjpanale traintna was reeevvedat &aAuj twin 
/waclice lcmcu<wa6> made atnear&u Q/fuud (^dand. 
45 GfeSUenwe& 4944 on* «y zDvw&wti touted, Aeadedf&r 

\ut ttu4 o/wwifam €0<X& 
canceled and a*e /leaded f&r ^£e*ufej ^niu/i/unej Gwland. 

&$ndon 2v @cfoler 4944, aw landed on the Q^uandof 
)£e / ule. Q/UHZ& amo^va the fw&t to ae< a&Zuwe tn, me veacAAead 
carvdirva^. Jre foua/U until 2o ^ecemoer 4944 > amen, the 
iuand omza declared secure. && Q/fteiwu tynviAtmaA. 

Jre remained on ^Cvute until on the 44 of(^eovuami 4945. 
C^rwaA Aentou air/uane to CAjialcr (au woyu of iyalaaj to* a 
Aot/Uta/j oecause (Stood a lad fool infection. (2rwa& there 
aooatsix wee/a all total. (^rAada momentto eaten ufr on mu 
letter upritina andthtn/o avoid mm* fbymilu. 



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c%5ae/o <m the A&mefamt. 



i 



;Or\ Okinawa 

Pi!£. Slrs.n a J^sngr if Animus 

F.i"»Mi) Crag 
**»«* Ehft imil 

** WhiU a;i^ 
'«!? g$ Oti-jiiir 

! '*« "«ei»ic^ 
'••is fcrellNi ivx 
V«i»»ii, iuajili.ii. 

life M »w»'w sr^.toBRt, 




'till U. IJIIy{ 



nine i^io baal*. «.«?* 

Huts* Luiur nf CsfcxAvwa.. 

lv ^ sup. *s* %*& toS? 

in it fee LSSalvf U " rt 



iyott yfteai&fe* Q/Vew4> <z#tic/e veack: Offc. Q//enn \p. ^Cana 
of&$nwno4t terwina with cm enaMtee^ dtvuivn on ©/cinawa,, 

atxxwclina to- axwd received au ve/attue$ Aeve. 



yrwv<ile> ^Lc^na it again &emH#t& witfo ffw twUt, tvJueAAe 
fooMted ohm, toAile tervwiain, (yvea&n, oefiwe tfoiwQ' owMeaA. 
Q/te toot adtuwied fo ^^ ^«e^e^ <wWteb^ ^ (y/utnaewi afiev 
oeiwa fcecUedfiw ao&uta momtAiiw a fool ttifecfam, in a OAfew 
Qftiwiea Act/Ufa/. 

Qyne G&immcwi Aerwicemcm dewjet at )£ewfe <zfiM la#uu<na 
tiheve Kycfo&ev 20, 4944. &$mlwaA on that 3rAi/i/t/u#ie 
Qftlcmd until Ae received ' Ai& fool infection in (^eariia^u 4945. 
Ofte tiMU sentiy cdv/Uane to* Q/Vew> guinea to receive 



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treatment. Q/(Cr&. )£ona and four cAt/dren, ^tester, zDarvellj 
Q/flcujGwie, and &$rditA &$nn reuae at &$mm&n. 

once. ^Lona entered Aerwice tn <^e6^raar / u 4944 andreceiued 
t^alntnatn @veaow <znd Qftatua^ 

Trriteb &Lona of &Atnawu: Q/tere you dont&ee many 
AeoAle vutwAen toe da we find tAat tAey tone u& MUfortAer 
away from our wuy of life. QsAeJafte Aave filed them ao macA 
with few* ttta/ces them oy zurfrue to* 6ee Aow> tAey are treated. 

(3yAe (Hit^tandlrva tninaA Aere ewe the tamo6 of the dead, (pacA 
family Aa& a tamo- in the tide of the AMI and all their dead are 
vuriedin it for centuries. . . . QJAi&/i/ace QraMo can 6ee 
would be oeuatiuU in Aeacetime. 





zDawell, Qftaxel ' Ao/dina G5$nn, ^Letfe* sta-ndina-. <3Pamuu memo&M 4945 
Q/iiaxine inf*o<nt Osteal are arotuina. Qflo/a zlDinne* Grew Qftaxel 

ana foot at Xphri&toe tAeu are 
\pn&€Mie, QftoKel, &eaw ana OrCo/met, G/evi/le and ' zto^enxo: 
Qlfytonl ZLe&ie* and zDamell, Q£*nn, Q4lewa,j ^Lor^ra-one, and Q/fiaxine. 



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,rt 



Q/flarcA 4u Q&was dwmmed 'fawn, tAe AosAital f and 
i montA cf waiting, was sentiucA to ^Leyte, tAen on to 
^Ainawa on 2 Qjfune 4345. rPAere mu division Aadieen 
ugAtina since 4st &^ril. 4945. 

olQjane was dec/area I victoru on &Ainawaj aJtAougA 
mo/i/Ung a/i operations still continued. 

(^ueanAtoj tAe zDividion moved to Q/Hindoro Qrs/andin 
me &Aili/t/u>nes for rest and reAtioilitation. Jictoru came soo* 
after and me war was ended. oA/ow came tie 6ig waittoget 
Aome. Qyn &ctooer over-aged men and men witA 70 or mow 
joints were sent to me zDvuiaionon Q/tumdanao. Q/Aerewe 
wailed for me sAifi to taAe us Aome. &$fter manu 
diaa/ifloinfonents weftnaUu sailed for Aome 34 QA/ovenwer 
49 45 j arriving in G/an Q^ranciseOj 47 zDecenwe^ 4945. 

yfijtitj itwa&n'tAoniefor us get. QyAere were no trains to 
ta/ce us out W Gfcm (Francisco and ufr to (^ort ^CewiSj 

JwasAt&igtonj out separation center. &o oacA out to sea again 
to travel f Au sAiAj oOut a storm came u/i and we Aad ooiler 
6rou6/e and drifted one Aundred miles out to seaj oefore Aet/i 
was ai/e to come to us. &$gain we were taAen to Q/an 
(Francisco and on ipAristmas dag Qs catted Aome front' mere 
zDecem&er 2& we wereatuen a sAeeia/foain to dflort ^Lewi^j 



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M^tMtMtafon,, ow, 34 j zl)ece>m6e>p 4945. Q& vecevued mu 
<u6cAarae AaAert cmd a&wved A&me / qJommowu 4946. 

<2^W two (vee/cA Qy vested cmd €9ucyedju&tieinaAcni^, 
QsAen, Qs taent 6<zck> ta w<wk£>k the ifficwnevule &L4imae<p 
tycwiAawUj cf^aaAo- &^aUSj (^aaAa. 

Ire tieciaeata vewwaelouv A&me cmafiutitt a oatement, 
uiMiacej cvnd twdh. G$$iuellvn, CS&nvmow wa& dua cmano€V> 
owvu/UAe remained too oe oMai^iea. <3/o> till tvintev toe aotwna/ 
material we coiua toc<ite a#^ Off 

and wAen dArino came. 




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(^saJcma a IhJcv vide amen, in, 0w 





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Qs/ua i& a, c/uwcA vecovd of Qyleitn/t owuMafamt eacfoacted fr&m 
me clH^vuura Trowd microfilm <U ihe i/iic/cA tyo/leae 



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owt: yft^awiwa, Q&vemcmt, GzWaAa 3 <S6e&. 4909 

a/itixed au: QjfbAn, Win,. )£<ma SOQjk&ne 4947 
tyoMfwmeavu: c/tooettt q?. G&wcAi6a/d 4 Q%d f/ u 4947 




'eacott: oy Q%4efrn, Q7. &c[mwn&<m 6 Q/%a&. 4924 
Q/eacAew: 6y (p/i Q/dc (pntive 45 q^^ 4923 

rictw JPara 
&*€€&£; vu qT zDelte )£a4witice<n, 5 qJcwi. 4930 
%/de*: 6y Gfi^W ^pAoule* 30 oA/ew. 4930 

Q%fyA Wtied. -6f 9W flatter 45 G&fyri/ 495G 



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Q/?* Q$$/wil we started (uaaln^ lh^ vuAenv&nt. Q&ffl townsmen 
we UMw/ceclj evenina^ ana au time autau &om muioA. Oft was 
lafo otwiWKj vat we enjoyed it and were &o> /uea&ed and fwoud of 
oiwlawwt. 

Vw 29 &elboer 4348, ^aulen tyliffarawaA oown; Ae was 
to&cAaiau. 




Qfte laved Ait mottoes* and 
went eajerywAere &Ae aid. QsAe wot /uea&ed now- Ae attended tb> 
Aer wAen me aw not feel well. 

Q%n< Q^em^ia^u Qs wot c^eratea ottfar a Aemiia aitdfw 
Acme time wa& anaole to> w<wA. Qsw Q/fuwcA we tooA a little 
triAta lltaA. TrAen- tivmmev came Qs aid 6C4toe catdwnfau 
worA <zf€e& Aawn. Q/Ae AiaA co4toflviH>na maaef&r 60/ulle 
wovAina Aawrt. cflj'u wcdcAinau^r dAeciaw Qs was awe to aet 
enouaA Aawer tcoU <^co44/awc^fovmu6e/£aMa6^^ 
<xz&jwnfau we#A on mu own. Qs endued awna-remedel^Ma 



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ioosfor dfreeialjcos and wants lAeAeo/de abound 'close needed. 
Qy vtutt C€i/dw<zrds and closet for TpArissie and f Q/volmes. 
*ailta laundry and oacA A&rcA ana mew dug a 6<isement. 
during lAese yewrs Q? dAenl macA Ume wovAing witA tAe 
oou scouts in oivr ward and tautened mu ooysarow and 
aawvnce in scouttng. Qyeven tried to advance with mu oom. 
Q/Aeir fvrog<ress wasuuter man mine was 6ut Qrdidgetlo &e a 
star scoid and receive a twenty year service Ain. 

Qflenn \p. *£ong 

Q/o with all Aersonal Aistories someone else Aas to write the 
eloping ma/iters, and so Qjoan Qjorgensen and Qrwitltry to 
eaten, uA a few AigAcigAts from the last years of Qflenns life. 

^lennfwially acauires enouyA oftAasefwwer loots tone 
could ae incleAendenl and worA forAimselt. Q/twwmawAatf 
lAeAousesin &$mmon Aave at ' sometime o& oiAev oeen made 
lovetier vy Ail Asanas. 

(3/Aortly after Ae got A&me from the war, Ae was again 
e/ectedlotAe Vu/age 3«Joard. QfCewas Jiuaye \p/erAjor 
many years and to tAisioo Aegave itAis Aearl anytAing that 
wou/dmaAe our yu/age oetter on itsfreo/de Aafifder was Ais 
cAiet concern. QfCe woiildworA day andnigntj and often did, 
lomaAeitso. 



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<^ntA#6/wiAiaof4952 of/win, became very sicA and dfrent 
some time in me Ao^Aital. (^twas men, Ai& family found out 
tAatAe Aaa Iwe/iA&tfa (livew /wov/emsj . &^ndtAatAe must 
mane career cAanaes in Ai& life style. Qfteavy laoor Aaa to oe 
comA/etely eliminated. Q/o Ae went to w&rAfiw &cAool 
zDiafoiet tt93 arvoina scAool oas attdtvcv/wna as custodian at 
me &$mmon scAool/iouse. Q/tere Ae was wdA me voyA and 
aim mat Ae laved and tAey lowed an*£ tritoeciated Aw*. (pacA 
Aasslna yea* Aul more restrictions on Aim andAe was lew ana 
lew aole to* worA andao me tAinas Ae liAedto ao. 

yfteea $tt/attev<waain^ Q7uaA eeriest 45 

&$/wil 4956. QPn me s/wvna of 4956 $lenn became very sicA 
and aaain Aaafoao oacA to me Aos/Utal. QsAe followina 
montAs Aafaaeafast. Qste aceeAted me fad tAal ~Ai& life on 
eartA was &o<m over ana very carefully fvnitAed wAat aetails Ae 
cott/dvefore leavina. QsAe lastweeA ofAi& life was sAentin me 
Aos/Utal wAere Ae buffered severe Aain. ^Outto me end Ae was 
<xmsiderate OftAe nurses Aind and ovedient, neve* cotn/da&nMUfj 
me last words Ae said id- Q/Xaxel were, Q/ltom, (^cawttaAe it 
any lonaer. Qstaxel came Aome&om me Aos^Utal and /melt 
in /wayer and asAs Q/odto release Aimf&om Ais saffewna and 
let Aim ao. &$nd witAin tAe Aour Qflenn Aad Aassed away. 



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CStflwaMt Ae wulve vememaered £w tAe auiet uaeet Influence 
Ae Aaa<m all mote Ae met and cet/me in, contact untA. Qplenn 
leaves manu wiewck and a areat vedAect L £w tAe uwwdevfiU 'wife 
and foymilu and famtlu ka/i/Unete Ae sAavea. 

QtG& patience uhx& anltmtted even wAen it came to* touee/Una 
fcoota utttA cAua&en wmnina alltAroaaA tAe wwm-j o& <wi a 
nai&u, capacity laaaeavi^. JPe wAo> Awumv anaAave womced 
wttA Atntj Acmov Ai& memom* ana ' atve o€w Aamole&t vet/iect to 
Qflenn ana Qrtatoel and tAe wwelufamilu tA&u Aave ratted. 




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35>*ip 4909—4956 



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QsAe ty/ulclreM, of Qflewn, Tp/wufanA&n ^Lona omd Q/ux^ce/ 




1 1\ 



y 




CSZwclifih &wvn, )£(ma o/u/w 




4999. 



OP mat meuMh c/u/d of Qy/enw, Tp/wi&fenAett ^Co^ta omd 






Qftcvzel 



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Qy€wi6> aown <m 43 Qjutte 49 && wnice mu father wot <uocvu 
in the C&wmy, al vool ' foowtt&ia. Ofte cUdno^Aee me imtil Qs 
mat three mo^vtm o/dwAen* Ae coyme A&me owuwlouaA. c/def<we 
mtfifaria out to uaAt in JPowa JPa& <3rQyin,tAe iyacMc. 
Q/te toot a&ne £w- the <uwtcUio4i cftAe Jr<w outcome A&me &afe. 






"5 % * 

■ 1 1 

QyArcteaA tAe yeam with &$vditA &$rwt ^Lxma 

Q/fCu dad iHiiuouv Aome and added <mtb> It as tAeu could 
affo^dta. Q/Mu mouww uyved f^ 
/ ua*din< &$mmo4t. Tw(ve>rewtv€eAtvuw<)4ddlu 
tue Aada Aa/iAu avundcmt ufe. 




QsAe often, &£o4va (^amilu A&me tAe awouwd o^reaJctna Q^n 



766 



4939. Qrtareup with, t/te£zwUlu. q/Aia AictUm toa& taAen 
ofime 49, 4999. 

Qs areio ufr in GS$mmon tvAere mufamilu /vued. &^ttenclecl 
scAool cU GscAool zDiat. 93. Eradicated tAewe. 

Qs /ea&nealofi/au tAeAiatto and fucvued in tAe AcAool oana. 

Qs laved to Mau omw dAorfoj out tAe onlu oraamix&d leavm we 
Aaain tAote dam weve cAuveA teams. Q/tw favorite uhm 
fuauina / oa&e on oar uxzrct (toJuxzMteam. 




\onnevMe QfuaA G/cAool, 
QDtAt. W 93 ^onnevi/lej county, (3/aaAo 
(^metmuAudAana', oWenfon QfCant O/u/er aurincf Ai^A 
6cAoolat Soonneville QfUaA Q/cAoo/j we met on a ocinaaatej 
out Q? Anew Aim from aeometwu elate. Q?te> was rea/vu tonart. 
Qfve was worn tAe town of Itconj QraaAo. 



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Qfte utentott a meMtow, to* Q/Veut (y/ovA cmd Q? malted £w 
Aim. Q? a/tenaea cxi (y/ It owe "uea^ omd womced <U tAe 
QA/yHsQs(5/<M a tecretamt owe-yeay* wAile Ae ma&acme. 



e toere mawied9 (yctoAev 4964. Qsit me GAdaAo Q^uA 




QX/aAo d^dlk (^setn/t/e 
Jre moved tb> ^vowc-wAue Q^ento^t SmuAed Ai& 
oycAeur/s oiearee omd tAen ca^me vacA to Q^aaAa &P<z/tb 
wAere Ae Aad aioA toomtitva tow ^yAuufo ^efoo/ewm 
tyomAomu. Jre ouittoup A&me riant next (too* to- mu 
cAuanood A&me ivAeve oop familu arew uA on zslauttem G/fyeet 
tn GS$mmo4tj GmwiAo. &$nd Ma&ted tAe oie&ineteofvQxdvna 



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cup otimfatiwivu. Jre toere wetted with ohw da^ioAte^s In a vow 
and men iwo soma. 

Qwve 06 04W cAildren are married and toe nave ff 
arandcntldren. &ar ycunaest QjfbwaJnan t& /we/uwina foao 
<m a miMi&n mte fall of 4999. Jre feel esfaciallu blessed fo nave 
sacA aood cnudren, umo nave made a success oftnevr woes ana 
stoned, close to* me \pnarcn. (^enfon Aas wcvlceain, cotn/uUers 
few mi&faAlus years. Qfte served <m otw local sen^o/ laara £)^ 
nine years, and axis Just released as yioisnofe of&$mmo4t 1 

Ward. Qy Mowed nome tmm oi&r cnudren anew mew awe all 
vn AeAoolj ana men Qy sta&fad tiMMWiwa at a local drug&fore. Q/ 
Aave oeen mere aocutH 'wean a&vaevUou muJeA very, nuicn. 
<^luMW6€wnmer6>off. Q/ftu favevite cntww callvna Aas veen 
^Uziwel ' &$d4M6o&j toAtcA <3r served 6V2 




(Benton and &$nn Gsy/er / Q^anuary 4998 



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,*>¥%£*«&< 



r i>«'«°rf<« 



•« 








GSrfwn, and dfimtbw dfye* d^amity H &rf/will999. 

qUwi, Q/uvul&u Q/ta&timaAj Q/ftacuAo^t iyaae Q/VeU&ovij Qjfammfy, ^J'VcwicU Qsuiet*, 
Qjpo^vcUncMt Qsyle*, cXJecwu nfilcoa (Qjpo^vcUha^ii ofay v?*****, C£$Hy&<m,j 



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Q/Ae TpAMren, otQ&enfon, QtC. und &$nn, *£<ma o/ule& 

and ifoew aratit(icAuelreM,: 

4. ^ffrencty &rfmi dfyev, W$owi: 45 o4(a*. 49 68 



orfCzwiecl 80$**,. 4988 





dfJaAo dFa/k (Unfile /cOe* (WwJ 4994 
oJUiMm Wafe QMamied: 2 <§fyt.4995 



28 Wot. 1992 




^hveSfoMcAo/a^ Aomi: 5 &$ua. 4997 

2. GStfttyxm <5?ae dfye* W$o*n: 25 ^June 4969 



Pi 




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wm20 Q&Lp. 1998 



oMatwed: 8 oAow. 4996 



3.m 





ont: 30 qJow. 4974 




G7Ao€(Ae: Qfon c/ieulu QTvaMnaA 
odltwried: 8 <§fyt. 4990 



/ 



\ 




m 




QSuvul&u G£$n?t (^y'ul&tt qJo^ 
13 Wet. 19M 13 (Jcvn,. 1937 



4. QSVeajAw Sflae dsL 



dfclaA* dfa/k d%»n/i/e 





OWt> 



■: 45 orftavcA 4974 



I d7^^o«faW$o™20®£)ec.1997 



(5/fro4i6e: ^oualaA Qsen&u ^Leowawd 
O^amied: 48 O^tavcA 4995 



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Q&aaAo* <^d/k QSent/i/e 



(SfhotMe: zfllmmcU Q/%cwie Ipo/ei 
Q/flcvwiea: 23 Qja&iwami 4997 



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G$JaAo< dwt/k GTewi/i/e 



6. QTcmatAcm Qyle<mt Qsy/w yftcwi fr Qfcma<wy> 4980. 





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CStfwn, 2owa mawie& (^ewfon Qsy/ev 9 @cfo6w 49 64. 



114 



&$rwt e£o4ta manUei G^entim oJy/eK 9 wcfoiw 4964. 




Q/flm G£towi )£<ma ySeeomet Q/fw6>. QZ/y/w 

(£$n ^daAo <Sho/1&> maiden, Q/fliw G&mtt *£&naj 
zL>auaAte* o/orfl*. and ' Q/ftw. Qjlenn, \p. bC<ma 2345 <$. 
2b Gffoeet became the v&ide ofG&enton Oft. <i/ / ule*j Mm o/ 
Q^t*. «Wo^. dFenfon, % dfif/ev, ofHlcon *@ct. 3, 4363.att&e G?daAo 





Q^all co/ota in Q/ma 'and c/oycmxe >> with aild and Iv&nxe 
cswy^nthemuwu wexe adedin decorations. 

Qjhe Q&ide wove aaoum of^Aantillu lace and tulle niahtian/ea (with a 
fitted oodice andlcma tafie&ed 6/eewe&> enhanced with a ^Zueen (£$wne collar. 
G&* Matted tulle Aanel daum the &o*U edaed with lace acoHo/m aceentedthe 
fuUuoo* lenath lace Mcwt. Qshe douole veil was cauaAttb* he* headlu a 
dainty leaded croum. Qshe twidai louaaet was a wnite ovchid Mi&vownded 
with Qsalidman *oses. 

Q/ftta. SHicAard HolacA, Me* of the Iwde, QrdaAo Qt'oIw, was 
mafo&n OfA<mo&. Gshe wore theathaoiim ofao/d Irocade. 
^videdtnaich wew 3ramela Qsy/eVj 6iste* of the IwaeatWMwnj Uc&n; iye^y, 
QMcQwUe, Q/Hevcedj V?G&£- Q/ttar&Aa Qjh&mfis&n and Qjuneve 
(Sfcoresiw, <3/<ma. ^ffivide&maias were arei&ed in vrown vrocaaed 6hea/h 
dreMes. Cffllowepd' were louaueU Ofchtwdaw/hewiuins. 

SrlicAard Q/fleQ^atej QMerced, ty&iwasle&tmwn. 

QShe tiurents of the Irideavoom feted the coufile with a dinner at the 
^Iccn 2!W<3/cAurcA &Uoufina the cevemowu. Qshe rece/UioM was Aeldin 
the Common dfc^ 2^<3?yf£^ 



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^ZLoaan <3/einfl/e 

Jre were seated o ofzl)ece<m6w 4934j (2?n the ^Loaan 
QJentJi/ej ^L&aanj CuaA. 

JVe 6Aenta tuee/o vitotima aw velati<v4& auma tne tvuu ana 
then vetawned Aowie. Q^eeu^ia cotvtentj vem Aa/ifru ana 
Aamo/ea. 

O/en / uecw& Aa66ed and manu t/una& AaMened and t&ere 
£waoJfenj things tnat 6noiua Aave veen veco&aea. 



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QfueAfo atfendisna from outo/&tcUe we&e Owl*, cmcl Q/ftr6>. \pliwe 
-zJasUj <3Hat^£a/ce \ptfaj UGs; Qwvm,. ZCedfe* i£<ma, 3rww>, cmd ' Qwt&. 

(£u€&* a Aowewmotwi Id- (y/ellawA6me zncntb, the c&uAle wMAe /tvina 




QfCaxel CStflmecla QfCumut ^L<ma 
2e (Sty*. 4M3 -6 GSrfufu6t1973 
Q/he is the c/auaAfev ofi Q/Wcwy> zye*m*u and oOert Q/wnfaow Q/Cumat 



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Omttl 



: <n iyerru, Qrdano. 





tart Q/tm^son Qsvgmas Q/ftarg ^Terrg Qftgmus 
Qsnisis Q/taxe/'&fwtQoiuilAeatw 
Qynrougn the gears &h<M)eKefitaniddwofmMlife. iyx/ecording events 
and incidents that nave shaAea (mg tile and molded me into theherson Qs 
now am. Ofswas oorn at tyerrg, <^dano 2& <5fefi4emoer 4943 to- Q/ftarg 
iyerrg ana iyoert (^fwnfison QfVgmus. Q/Hg earlg cni/dnood was sfwntat 
(^reasareton, Graaho. fTnen onlg site gears (Amoved with mg parents to 
Q/ftad ZLa/ce near (^erreton, QZrdaAo. Qynere Qs lived antil Qs was fifteen 
gears old. growing ufi, in the barren wind swe/U countrg wnere we earned 
ow* oread og the sweatofour (wow taugntme that life is something to oe 
earned and Aaid for dag og dag. Qs loo&ed oock now atmg chudnoodand 
reawce how viewed Qs was. Q/Hang things Qy didn't nave and many, 
o/tfie>rtunitie4 were never mine, out (Ssnaaa change to go to school, to stadg 
ana (learn the good things ofthe world and miss the contact of wic/cea (sinful 
fieofue. Ol'was raised on a farm ana with the cows andsneeA andcAicAens 
and tur/cegs, the facts of life came simfue andsarelg to mg ander standing. 
QTo this dag the sewn vulgar fwofile Qs encounter leave me co/d and Q/ 



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wonder wAcU could Aave mafeed meyre t/Un/cvna to toy and do tAmgd> they 
do. 

Or went to 6<M#<U niu &e&Amcvn, year im, AiaA AcAool at &rest<m Q^daAo. 
Qsnere Q? Mowed with my zDad'b suter wndAev Autiand - <3/acUe and 
Qfeovae (Snanaer. QsAat year wot very Im^remve to me and muU Aave 
made some very dee/i marAt on my l-raini, lecaude 40 yean later <3r&tillao 
lacA in my dreamt to tAo&e times and/wacea. 



QsAen Gzfwenttb Qseton zHaoim, and fwutAed my seAoo/ina mere, 
aradiiatcna in, Q/ftay 4932 vodeokctoviayn of my clou. zDriaad' QfuaA 
G/cAool Qseton county, Q^daAo. 




UIAOJJ 



Qseton QfuaA QfcAool 



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Q2fwa6 mowried 45 zDecenvoe^ 4932 at the tyouvthou&e in Q2f<laAo> 
(SJaaAo* ta Qflenyn tyhtUdtenAen ^Co^na, wAom Gymetin the Qseton 
Qfte wot lown and vat&ed in iyieaeouraj QfaaAa. 



aun. 





Qflentn tyhviAten&en ZLo^na Q/latzel (^qllmeaa QtVumuia 





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Q/Havy (plcla )£<ma 

Q/fty AxAt cnila, a little airl, Q/Hary (plaa ^Lo^na wa& lown Qjtawuary 7, 
4934. G/he had d/uM&zouaa (often, tfiine/ and ifwuaA upe louaM aea/iwatelu 
low her life &he died Q/tva#cA 22, 4934. &nly 2 V2 months. rPe luriedker in 
the (Sfuaav Tpity cemetery, oy &lewM6,fai>renfo. 

GS$fte* two yeata ot marriage we saved enouan, money, and our AlanA 
came aooutso- we could go fo> the tentA/e to ve sealed lew time and all eternity & 



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QDecemie* 4334. ^tituere seeded- in, tAe Stoycm <S&m/de in, Stoaaw,, ^/taA. 

G$u6o> fikeu nadiedu Q/ftcnvus w&y/c done. 




z£eacm QsewtMe. 





ZLe&feK evert ztxma tva& own, 47, 4335 €md zDcwvetl Qfletwi ^£<ma omu 
6<wn> Q/HcwcA 34, 4333. GS$ocuttni& time toe oeuaAta little fiiece oflcmdin 

G$$m>mo4i wnd stapled te oui/d ouv Aotne there. Tre didn't Aawe mucA meneu 
cmd&o <Mw fwoa&ete was slaw, iutwe wow/ced at it and eacA yea* made 

frvoarete. 



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<57Ai& me cZxma Q^amdlu home as it is todau ^Jime 49, 4999 

rre 6eaan fo iai/ditin, 4939 
QJa this dau me minas we made wi/h mote Uwiaalina efjSo#& aw few the 
mo6t/wecio€i&m€4ig& QyAave. 

III! :im 




Q/tatcelj Q/fiAzainej zDaweUj ^Cedte^j Qflewn, &L<ma 
QsAen, in 4944 mu Q/flaaine Qfiven wa& aomi Qs had awnibd a little aim 
eve* twice Qs loot wvu foot one a/nwdt eiaAt yeai® iefiwe and it axis owe otme 
AaAAieU fanes ofmu life whew, QyAea&d zDv. rresttovu Ows a aim, aAewect 
uaouairt . Qshe utas a cute utuefruvm/t, omwn-eyed aim atim i/cmae cuv/& 
ana a Minnu disposition ana Qs adored Aeawna aw net*. 



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CSffawfily after (Ai& my, zL>ad 'eked ' witA cancer oftiAe domucA and ' tAus 
6eyan me fouzloyftpe mattuea fo/wefiave me£w me years (Aatwere aAead. 
TPalcAiny and caring ft>r my ^Jad and ' seeina Aim s/ifr awuyftrom tAis /ift 
w<z& Aa&d indeed; Out in me mon/As that ftd/owed 'Ait couraae andftzitA came 
often to mu mina 'as Qs laced my > oum foia/s and ' trdju/ations. 




Q/fla&y yretwu Qftymas 
Q/fCy mo/Aer came (o> live witA u& andupentto w&rA vn me TPAite Gnaw 
c&uwwlwu, in Q^daAo Quails, QrdaAo. rre were enauaedin a litter wcvr 
IctAin {pu&ofie and in, me & acute (islands. GS$ndmen (^ atscovered Qs 
e^as^reanantandnty teeth were so lad they must au is feu/Zed. ^tester aot 
rAeumauc fever and Aadtoao to me Aos/Uta/ and in Qtanuary Qflennaot 
Ais induction AaAers and leftft>rtAe G£$r>myin Q^elraary and there was 



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^ten^taoina to war ana ceaviwa me with my, 6>maufa4nUu to cawefov was 
one oi (h* 'hardest tninas Or ve had to do. Q/eayxt after he died (3r would 
dream aoiwa to me mail vote do* tine mau and c/utcAina those aw mail letters 
eaaed in tdue ana 'red ana 'still Aa/iina Ae would tome hoot come name aaa^n. 




C&wditA C£$n4i ^tona 
G&wditA GRmtt was iowi 43 Qjfwwe 49 4U wndon Qjfime 2o Qflewn* 
came Aowie on idrwuaA oefore aoina <yve& seas. G&wm was oiessed dwrina (hat 
time at the ^£ona reunion at GZrnAomj (3rdaAo. y®isAofi Q/teitA Tpla&A 

Vfftciates. 



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QsAi& is a/uefa&e cfowrawHi/i wAo- a/tended lAe Jmtmeefaia 




Q^m/comi rr&vd TpAu&cA, (^nAotn, (^doAa 




zDamell, Qftaxel, *£e&tev, 



CSwmm, was sucA a/wettu iaAu wi/A Ala A/ue eyes attddavA ovoum Aav*, 
Aavina Aev dunna lAls fane AtUaAfened ' w/wU would Aave been vevy lonely 
doyus. 



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1 L am 

Q£&we> Qftaxelj Q/flaaine *£<ma 

Q?od maA aood to- u&; Ihe war ended and Qflenn ca>me /uyme. Ortaut 
haftfvu we a/lwere. rye remodeled owr Aou&e cmaAutin a fuvwace oyndthe 
waler. Q/ftcwvu timet Qs wondered ju&l ^wnicn, Qs enjoyedme nicest clean, not 
water ov (he nice woyrm neat. QyAo&e cowtfovlb fieo/i/e ta/ce fo& qrantea 'wnleM 
they've neve* Aad them o* Aave mem la/cen cuvay. 




vn 29 &ctooer 4948 QToyylen tylifjloitd wot l&rn. Qs went oloum info 
Ihe valley' of the madoui ofdeatha^r Aim oyndf&r a w/dle ae^/vcuved ofeilAeyr of 
us comlna oacA •>. rynen Qs found me were loth odive, Qs cried and cried — 
lecvri of^y oynd yratitude Id- a Kind Qffeawenly Q^uther. 



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WAen Qfayt&n, wa& letween fbu& and wue Qs Aad a me&ca&waoe and was 
very ill. Qrte ilcvuea ' wUh me condlcmuu ana (waited 'on me, talcina uicAaood 
cave of me. Gzttmaae me && Aa/i/iu atAis cAildisA concern*, and (^commented 
owUta Qjlenn. Qfte answered Qs Ao/ie Ae uh/1 a/atom le tAal aood fo uou . 
Often* manu times Aave ^wixdledtAal^vasetAvou^ 
C2sAe yeata roUedalona ana me Aadmanu AaAAu timet. 





GStfnnj zDawellj Q/ftaainej ofaulen,. 
yfMt cAildren awe aroioina ufi ana we all wo&Aed Aa&d at me things of 
life, rre Aad our tAaw offtrollewu anafoitm alto-, meiout and A^artacAes il 
taAes to maAe aaoodule. 





Qflenn \p. 

QsAen Qjlenn aol iicA and 'we loimd ' Ae Aad ne/iArifa. Q&ifleen yewta 
later tAal wcvd dlill ma/ce6> my Aewrt leal L fat witA fear. Qs watcAed Aim day 
ly dau ili/i ilowlu&o^m tAi& life, teeina ilandanaole to do- anylAnta aooulil. 



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Q/helaAtawT^he&aidfome, Q/flowij <^ ca^tlaAe it a^iy lounger. C2f 
came A&me &o^m tAe AotfUtal and Anetta^vdasA Q?od to* hleaae let Aim go amd 
&tbfi Ai& todjteving. rruAin lAe Aouv Qflenn wa& dead, and (Stuhm alone — 
icicle* 23, 4356. 

QflennA ulneM and deu/h Aad caitso- mucA. Qs stdl Aad fouv cAi/dven tb> 
ia/iflovt. cLe&fe* was mamied and livingin ^vowo and going lb> icAool. Gy 
Aadoeen unwAing atlAe (^fcAooi )£ancA $y*og&am tAu/iuityeav &o> Aefrton 
lAere. 

zDotmell wa& mawiedon Qjane 48, 4958 ana <^ ita^ted aw^dcing at O/C 
Q/ *d) QsV Qfla/iUm In lAe Qwlm zDe^a^tnvent, editing film. QyliAedmy 
ioA andmade enoagn motley' to lake cave of my family. TPe Aadoavgood 
timet cmdouv oadones. ^Oat/ife tuoA still good and Qs still Aad to fbmdA 
raising tAi6 famUy of Q?lenn& oyndmine. 

^vandtna Q/lymaA mat still living, uh/A ua and sti/i awr/cing at tAe 
^Lau^tary. z®ut, sAe mat 72 yeews old and getting vevy weary, ^jesidet sAe 
Aaan'toeen welt of late so toe tooA Aev lo lAe Aos/Utal fo<* a cAecA- aA, andlAey 
decided Id- vemove Ae* aa/l (dodder out found me wa&fullcfcancev. QsAe 
doctor foiedfo vemove wAatAe couldoutAe* oody was loo- weaA and lived and 
&Ae neve* regained consciousness, and died 5 CSdagust 4353 \ 

Q/flaaoine graduated fwm A^gA seAvol atui wo& ma&vied to- iyiicAa&d 
y®lacAj 4 ~d)ecemoe* 4360. C£dnn graduated &om AigA scAool cmd was, 
mawied to Q&enton Qsylev on 3lA @ctove>* 4364. Q/fty nest was oecoming 
emfUynow-. 



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Miss Ann Long Becomes Mrs. tyler 



I'l* Uki# 9t& met*, 32* 

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Q?<iyle<n, aradaafod &o<m /ua/i 6cAool <z>nd 6fa&fed &cAo<U aA fo zsuc/c& 
Jpoueae ana them oOtdno^ Qftan&e>n, came with a nuAti&n ca/lfo* ^auien. 
Qfte toot ca/leatb> &ewe in, me QAremevcanai Q/fut&um. 

<3rAaaoeew iufo& several mowtftA ana was AemowtAaaMia, &o wentfo see 
the zDocfo*. Qfte fold -me GHAada lamo<* /hat must oe wmaved. Qsed/s 
snoweditfo le ntauanant and then ave in> iucA a location lhat d/iecfoU vadium, 
fyeatmenfo mu&tAeaiven first. Grfoulu tAtn/c me aveateU dectteon otnvu 
amole life came men. Q/flu tiutria^cAal otesstna ^xonu6ed nte Q/ could Itve 
afion me earth as lema a& life was onto me andoe a strenath and a comfovt 
awto nvu cAildren. Trnen Qflenn died ' Qs Avomised Aim Qs would raide 



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west 'Acids ot ours and tAen Qy could ao to Aim. &tAey were all raised now 
andunless sometAina was done soon my life toon/die oven. ijAiut Qfaylen 
Aad Acs mission call ana (^t did so want Aim foao. 

<2^W Aim to do so meant GiAmustliue a little lonaer and su/i/iort Aim 
wAi/e tAere. C£$nd QrasA Q/od for time to do tAat. 

Ofay/en left Aome 8 Qjanua^i3^8j wrtA^nussicnAonve. QsAesame 
day Qs entered the Aosfutal and was o^eratedon 9 Qjdnuary 1368. 

Qs Aad oeen in tAe Aosfiital twice in zDecemoer and Aad lAose terrio/e 
radium treatments Q^ai/A andfrrayer andoAedience to Qpod's 
commandments AroaaAt me tArouaA thai operation. Q$*nda strong, 
deierrnination to aet wetland send Qyaulen the money, to stay on /us mission 
aotme AacA on my^etandiacA to worA. Q/Voj it wasn't easy. (^ Aad to 
ftaAtevery steA of the way, out once QyAadmade u/i my mind QyAadone 
moreioAtodo Qs never wavered. 

Qfaylens mission was tAe areatest tAina tAal could Aave Aa/tfienedfo Aim. 
Q/ve came Aome a macA oner Aerson than wAen Ae left and witA a testimony 
of the QTos/iel Ae may never Aave found Axid A# never aone. Qfaylenwent 
AacA to school at iyiea^ura, and on 30 Q%dy Ae was marriedfo QSVancy 



OlAAave stood in the QzAdaAo Quails tem/t/e and watcAed eacA of my five 
cAitdren Ae nvarriedwr all time andeternity and felt it a /wivileae not many 
mothers Aave. (^ani^roudofeacA oflAem and love tAem eacAfbr their own 
tfiecialness to- me. QyAey Aave cAosen the oestofcon^anions tAatare as dear 
to me as my own children. 

C^AAave 2$ qrandcAiidren and 1 'ureal arundcAild and tiA in tAe cemetery 
two little twin aranddauaAters a few feet front Qflenn, renundedme tAey too 
are waiting. QsAese toys andairls are my treasures and my areatesl concern 



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is tar lAem fa avow ufi to ve-aoodmen and women. Qs want tAesn always to 
remenwer their arandma ana in so aetata resnemler wAatsAe eafiecls Irom 
tAem to never let me doom. 

<3rn> Qjfu/u of 4977 , Qs developed some terrille itcAina all over my lody. 
Qs entered (he Aos/Utalon 7 Qjfulylor test and it was discovered QlsAada 
vlocAaae. Qshe doctors decide to- operate, (^ttwas cancer and the tamo* was 
in the samefuace tAat my mother Aadone 48 years hrevioas. 

QJhe Suraery was very extensive and my chanced, for survival 'were only 
alcuttlO%. ^LucAy odle Qy thought. &cou/dnt even maAe tAat. Qy 
was in the AosfUtcu b2 dans and was yrateud to 6e released^ out Qzldidnot 
want to vefiartoftAis world ayain. (^ItAouyAt Qs had earned the riaAtto 
go. Gzsclosedmy eyes and refused to looA at the sAy, grass, trees, anduowers. 
(^A^wewafa^oftA&worldoyndsowas Qs. Q/Aal is not what Qy wanted. 
Q/nyuxanily stayed with me constantly until OP was ao/e to toAe care of 
m^yselfaaain. Qy slowly reaainea (my strenylA and the doctor called my 
recovery a miracle. 

&ne snorning Qs woAe uA and the son was sAininy dotim the hallwau and 
<^Anew it was warm and sunny outside. C£$nd ^didntA4^rtanyufAere. 
Qy Just lay there in led and was a/ad — above all QZswas alive anditwas a 
wonderuU feelina. Q/Vow my thoughts could tarntomy Q^atherin 
Qfleavenand Q¥ wanted 'to* tell Q/u^nAow Q^felt. Qs slid 'feom my led 
onto my IvneeS zDear <£rveavenly (father — and alt Qs could do was 
cry. Qsm sorry -so sorry — hlease lor aive me . Qiswas wrony and Qs 
Anew it. q/ou don 'I tell £§odwAen — QfCe tells you. QsAere was still 
sometAina Q^neededto da and lile was still r desiralle. (£dfler many days 
and much' h/eadina (^sAnew &od forgave me. zseace came wi/o my heart 



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and Oil Anew Qs could endure tonal luy ahead. QStflways Qsd Aad to worA 
so nova — now realised view* aaain. Qzswuestuse my time another way now. 

QysfienttAe winter of4377 ma/cina auilts and doina nanaioor/c of all 
/cinds. <3ralso Ael/ied my arowid daughters muAe auiltolocAs and aid auilts 
for otAerfrecfile. QyAadmore tome to actio Anow my children and 
apandcAildren, time (^didntAave oefore amen Of toot worAina. QUAada 
aoods/wona and summer. Q/fCy health was good enouah that Qs could worA 
outside in my flowers andaarden. (^sAeuowers were eafoa oeautiful (hat 
yea* ana the a/i/iles produced odwndantly on aw, off- yea*, alia Special 
Messina and answer to/wayer. Q^all came and my health teemed to taAe a 
vadium. dsAere were move tomes on oedout Audio Aeefr ousy then too. Qs 
crocheted vaoy dresses awdoooties and told and aave tome away asaius. 
Q/Hy family and friend came often to Aelft, and to cAeer. dsAose visits 
meant 'so mucA to me ana Qs realized that Qs had move friends than Or 
thought Otsdid. Everyone was soaoodto me. 

G&ts Qs recall and relive the clays otmy ale, Qyreauxe (3s loved every 
sinale day and worAed out ^ every hour andevery minute of the aay with all 
the strenath Qrhad. QsAave had vlessinas sAowe>red down ufion me that 
astound me. QyAave ashed Qfod on fervent ^frrayer for help, and had many 
answers so auieJcly so many times Qs almost felt ashamed to as/c for- more. Oil 
A/now QfCe hears for Qfte answers my reauest — not once, out over and over 
aaain. Qs fond myself sAorl ol what (^lAinA tAe ^Cord would Aave me do. 
Q/flayle my days of^oiation u/von tAis earth weren't used as wisely as tAey 
should nave been, out QisAave tried. Qffls oeen a wonderful life. <3rAave 
traveled to yreatest AeiaAts ofioy to defilA Of sorrow. QUAmow what it means 
to weeAforioy and cry from sorrow. QisAave seen the wisdom ol every 
eafrerience aiven to me from a wise Q^atAerin Qfteuven tAat Amowsjust wAat 



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(^ need to- maJce me avow. Qy/vnow tAat <^too> aAo/Iaoom, Aweel f al Ais feet 
and sauj Qfli&e Oram, tAis is wAat Qs am, /dease auide mufe>otsleAs to 
wAeve Qzsmustao. Qy&ti/lcamt&ina witA uou& anyeA, iut Qs would ie 60 
Aa/ifeu if Qs could fend you* aurden and fend tome flowews to avow. Qsarelu 
domewAeve in Q/teaven mere is some/Ainu <3scan dofewuou. Qs learned 
well in my eartA life ta wo*A ateUand Qs won't &e AaAAu in Q/veaven witA 
anytAina to- do. 

Qs&meeme eue mustwvite the vemainitia few lines in a lowed one's life, 
QSvaxel't AeauA continuaUy to-aetw&r&e and&Ae tooA cave ofealltAe detail 
wnd ft reparations few Aev leaving, this ear/A. tyve>*yjAina was in o&dev wAen 
&Ae enfevedtAe Aodfeital&n 4 G$*uaast4979. (pven new Aouse Aadoeen Aold 
and lAe fectfievs sianed ana ( deiivwea sAe dewelofeed Aiwney feiilure and eacA 
daw in tAe Aos/Uta/ saw Aer a citue wo^6e. &n Ike momuna oi C£$ua€ist 
4979 $od iwoynt^ A#& lotia aitHMfit^ 

QsAe feassed f away at 44:45 a.m. &n lAat6eaatifeu G&uioasl mo&nina. 



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Qf<iule<n, ty/ifjflwd ^Zsma 



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Q?ayuie>n, tyufjlow )&ma 




Qfayulen ~&ma6> (^aymilu QfUafowu 
Q? ofaul&n, tyUfjSwd cL&na tva&> Acwn, on, ©cfooe** 29, 4948 atl&e 
Z.W. &<&&4/Mz/in <JHaA» &U&, cMdo-. 
Gso Q/twcel C£$lmeda QwMnti&cmd Qflenn ^A^iAten&en ~Lona 




Qftatoel Qflenn 
G£rw<xd> the Atccth cAi/dieina the yawnae** oftw& (wothew, (twee todteM. 



r, 



■< «rsr. 



y 




QMavu ^Letter *2)o>we/l QMaaoine G^xdith' C£$nn 
Q/ftu o/de&t Me* QMa&u died as am infant. C^ulo^the imtymut to 
auulm^wd and all Aawe £avmilie& ofihei* own. 



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VM 



Q/fly£awUty and C^rtiuedin a AtnaU comfbvtaole A&nte ntyfaw&nfo iuilt 
("Summon,, <^daAo. 




Qftenn ^£ona (family Qftoine 4999 

GStywwnon was a small town tn wAicn Qra&ew afi andwentto scAoot, and 
Aere Qs tyenl my voyAood. 

QsAe memories of my youth axe now dim, out (^vetnemvev i/iendina a tot 
of time with my zDadas Ae dxove a scAootous and wovAed mm* the city of 
C£$>m>tnon. Q/fCy zDad had developed Aidney disease died Just vefeve my 
eiaAtA oi-rtAday. Grtii/lAave many fond memories of the times QydfientwitA 
Aim. Q/ome of them include watering, down the dusty roads in C£$mmon, ov 
vidina in the ScAoolous owe* the footAitls. Q/fly dad was a trent^ndous 
scoutex, and at Gr/ooA iucA on my boyhood days, QrwisA my dadAadoeen 
oy my tide to Aeth me thxouaA my scouting years. 

0£& an adult scouter myself attdAtwing the wonderful scouting moments 
with my own ooy. QyAave often wished ^coutdAovue enjoyedlAose same 
eajferienws with my dad. 



IWI5TWMHY LW AS- 

HTY i#.AYC CISaN 
REVOSEW 




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Q/tOu motAe* wot a vewu tfoona ladu. QWlom Aad to dia down and parted 
oux family on Ae* own, toitA gfod't Aelfi, a& QDadwat called Aame on 23 

@ctooe>* 4956. Q/Hom awdcedfov tAe icAool luwcA Awoaffcvm few a yea* o& 
move. G/he later went lb- wovAfow a televi&ion station OsC^rOu- (^sr 

<3raaAo> (dfia/Uj Q^daAo-j as a film editor, udiere me would woidc until Aer 
deatA in 4379. 

)£ife was fwettu food f&r me ad> a ooy avoivina uft, in C&immon. Q/flutwo 
titter* AefU me fwettu well in line. When- (^ttoyrted iffiowneville QfuaA 
OfcAool, ($$nn Aad aone to- H(j(^/ 11. G/o thai left mom and me at name. 

GzraotaioA at me &itlAv4vry> Q/ftilto- (plevotfor in CStfmmon wAen <3rwa& 
fifteen. Q? wormed mere until Qrwa& a senior in QfttaA G/cAool clwrina the 
6ivmmer month*. 




G^yradaated^om Bonneville offiyA ScAool^ia. #93, oMay 4967. 
.... tyverytAtna wa& aoina a#eat; Gt aot involved with mrttovcyclet andatru 
and enfoyed it very mucA. 

GsAe need IcM Gs enrolled 'at S^vicAs tyolleae. 




zyltcAd' Tpolleae 



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<3jhe yietnam rrar was iwfull&awna and only tioo mi&Uonaries fie* 
ward were allowed to ao fier yea*. GS$tlhe& tome our wards mission auota 
toad' already a/lea. <i/Ais made a mission seem very mot away. 

(^aotauite a walce-u/b call in late Gfe/Uemoer Ofthatyear. ^Oisnofr 
Qrvansen called me onto his office to call me on a mission. GStfnolher toavd 






on, tine $ta/ce nod a position atfoilaole. Q/ftom was scheduled to underao 
su&aeryfor ipancer, ana (^didn't feel line Or could leave on a mission. 
Q/ftom tola me she would not underao the suraery unless Gzrwenton my 
mission. (^ accented the cullona to the Q/Vetne>rlanas 

Q/flission ana went onto the mission nome on 8 Qtanuary 4968. Q/ftom 
under wentsuvaeru that day, and the ^Lord olessed us ooth. Q/ftom aot oetter 
and <^ s/w^ law and one half , wcwde^^ Qftouand. 

C£$mslerdam and waterways 






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Qs came A&me from my nuMttm and ' went lack fodehw/ at &lici& tyo/leae 
at UriecciiM^j QraaAo. Q/oon after ttiat o9 T met a /owe/y at*/ 




Q^/a\vcy Q?6/l 



Som: 23 WctoAer 4350 at 
TPe were married '43 q3u6u 4374 tn G&laAo- <3^a/kj ttownevMe 
Tpownty, Q^aaAo-. 




<£&de QfJaAc. <Mi& SB&cMm/Oe 

rre 6el u/i noiUekee/tinu vn our ^rU home in QraaAa Q&atu. Qrwentfc 
womoatthe tyna/lenae tyreame^ fb& fbtw yeart where <^w<>r/ceaatju6t 
aocut every Aotite&n they had. GPtwa& cuirvna thede four years that we oeaan 
ourfawiily. &ar fbrU two children were oom. 

Qjfia#iae ^tona iom 42 ^Decemier 4372. &wo years later ^Jeffrey 
~£ony wa& 6&m 7 Q/flarcA 4374. 



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<3s%&rtly aUer QteflSery was i&m we mtwed to oii& fwwse^ hotne in G7<ma, 
<^aaho. 

Q£$fter myfoar years with the tynallenae creamery Qs went ta wor& li>r 
<3/aaA yftje&t Q&eeas Tpomfbony. QsTwas here/ Qs worAed the neacttwelve 
yeamofmy ale. Qsoo^nctuer Qs had started worA at QraaA oDest, QsTacie 
ZLxma oar third cAild was lorn, then Qste^Aenie *Zxma was Sown. (Ssta;, years 
later last vat not least iytacAelle ^Co^na was lorn. 




OA/ancy QfuHand Qfaylen *Zx><na 



Carina those early years in (Ssfrna Q/Vancy started to worA in the school 
system and on a volanteer oasis aeveloAealhe ^ClArary at the Qzs&na 
tytetnen/aru where she wovAedfbr a namoer of years. Qshe eventually oroAe 
off worn the ^Lilrary anastarteaa iyre QscAooIom, Aer own. Qshe ran mis' 
school f&r many years in the oasemenlofour home until sAe was aole to move 
the school into Qftma (plem&nlary. 

(Softer wo^rAinaayr QraaA cffiestl&r a few years, itlecame Tpenex, then 
^Lana & ^CaAeSj ana (^eventually found myself manayina tAehlace. 
GS$uer worlclna for the cotnfuxny fbv tutelve years, Qs found myself in 
aUsaareemenl with my loss, and was forced to- move on. G$*t mis Aoint in my 
life. Qs really arew ufi. (^movedon to a coufUe ofnewioos anUl Oil found 
myself a letter iol at the (^daho oA/ational tynaineevina ^£alo^ratory as a 



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lalarer. Qs Aave now u/iaraaed in, muiol to an, (paaiAment oA&rai&r tuAere 
QyAave sa/i/iarted '^W familu l&r t/ie hast eiaAt years. 

&ar cAilaren, are aoina wellattAis time in <wr Intel. Qjfelfand Qjlcmae 
<recentlu araauated &<wn (Man Q/tate University. Qjpcmae willoe teacluny 
QfUgA Q/cAocl tyngli&A tAis 4999 fall. QjeJjf'iust aol married 'to- QfaraA 
QftarAwr from QraaAo> Qfialu, C^daAa «W he i*s uxwlcina attAe 
QsQ/VtipfyaL,. Qnacy is toowUna in ^z)enve* tyouwaaa as a secretary in 
iyieal (p&tate. GftefiA&nie is presently uwmctny at (SraaAo* 8 QsVas a 
Q/fvaster Tpottfool (^ecAnician. i^iacAetle is enclma A&r fvesAtnoyn year at 
$tt<m>wevulej and cant wail until the next three yean are owr. Q/Vancy is 
still 'teacAina Hrre Q/cAoo/j ana <3ram still tv&twma attAe QrQ/V(pcC, 
cur rentlu Anoum as the OPO/Vy^^- 



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Q?ayle<n, )£cma Qjfidwulu 




&Cfo c/i Qscfi Syiot&j Qjcmae, and <5ftefiAe<*Ue &L<ma 

Q/fudcUej Q/Vcmcyu and ^cvul&n, *£&na 

QsxAteelwia Q%ff)£o4ia with Qfa^aA center z/ixicAeue oCona, 



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■pfe 


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\o*m 17 ^dM* 1935 
^te&fev wa& ocmt cU Ait axaMdfia&e<ivfo' Aowie at yfaaivu 

Q/te it the o/ae&t&oti cfQ7iaice/ Q7Vusmu6 cwia ^ytetvn, 



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Qflewn, ZLona 



Q7U& vvomeM emd&€&te& awe; 





Jrnen Ae umza 2 montm o/d nu /vawenfo moved / 4/2 mile&from 
toAere meu tveve and lived there tmtU dArlna. QsAen meu 
moved to ^Cwicoln, 2 mile& uA the voadeaAtofme ^LvMcoln, 
Q/we&ecmtMe Kpowtep. QTttuaA neap me &uaa& d^acto^u. 
QsAeu vented tn^ favm worn me &$ndev&on6' J (p&te/la Qflennt 
oldeU '6€&ieVj ittvaA a ye/low Aou&e on me lot next to me fawn 
/wofeev. 



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Qsneu lived (hew fiw A&mefome omdwm mefcwwij men in 
dArina of 493 8 , ni& la/ner fawdiaAed a /Uece otlcmdin 




&$mmo4v omdmere meu buiua name. ( &//u6> wa& (awen 
in 4999 J Qsneu uvea neve tike wtnaindev of mew lvue&>. 

)£e&fe* attended Ac/wotoin &$nvmo4t 





&wnm&n Q/G^a^td^lenienlar^> (5fcnool. ^vctdticUina in 
4953 fwwn (cow&o/io!cUe€(/ iffi&nnevule QfGoA. 



806 



O/Aen Ae went to oD(^/ It. Q/o AeAool f and ' Aa& foued 'in 
mat uvea ever since. Qfte taaoAt there as an itisfoactor after 
Au scAoo/ina. 




QsAe (^anUtu attended cAarcAintAe GS$mmon Ward in, 
tAu otdtatna. C&tioxis vetnoaeled and a Seminary aaaeaon 
tAe viaAtottAut ouicaina. Q/Vow> iti& ve/i/acea 6m> a cotnfitetevu 
n#io atta modern one. 

Qffa mom Ax^ ajMwwa/ v . 

Q/tascet AeAt a oocAfor ^Les and the wuowina are&om Aer 

(par/u in tAe morwina o^ ©ctoAer 47, 4935, Qyeoat torn in 
SrUaAtyj C^klaAo. QsAe&rU frloce Q9 saw in t/u& toor/d wot my> 
$vandmotA&rs. Q9 lived f tAere wttA mu motA&r atUt Grwas 
eleven aayt ota, ana Q? moved Aome. 

^tye 6Aed a/ana wttA natAina A*x/i/wnMt(f e&ce/itan 
occasional 'wail to ^nuara^ta^no/Aers. zDadutaA wor/wnp in 
tAe (3fuaa& Qf*aetowu at Lincoln 60 Qtaoio very iMte of Aim. 



807 



zDecenwer 4, mat foot QfundaUj and as zZJadatas uwmcina, 
mother tooA me to cAarcA to Aave me named. Q/Aeu dressedme 
ufe in muAinA 6<mnei andiacAet uUtA mu litue drew crocAeted 
inAinA. QsAeu upraAAeduA in mu wAite sAaud and Aut mu 
fuwA IdanA^ around me. (^/oax^as (^couldsee (^looAediust 
liAe emu other little redoaou — since it was to oe an occasion Qy 
arete* some AimAles on mu cAeeA. Q/Vever the less muw/lcA 
tho€ca/U Qs looAed uwndetfa/ oecause (^AadlofocfdamzAaw 
and via (due cues — the onlu Q<x>d feature theu could and. 

Qs was named ^Lester effiert. ^Lester because mu zDad 
thoua/U that a awe name, and clOert oecause tAatit mu 
^randwUAers name. Q/ftr. William cs. QsAar/i (the nicest 
manj Ae sAooA me so careut/lu (^dianteven cry/ named me. 

Qs am one uear older now and tAouaA (^cawtwa/AuetOy 
can stand a lone and walA worn one cAair to anotAer. (^Aave 
eioAtteetA andweiaA twenty-five Aoandb. Qyam lea&nina to 
eatwitA a sAoon even ititit aiufulmesfru. (^cantta/A veru 
welt out Q^can tellwAicA is tAe Aittu andwAicA is ($siA. Qy 
can sina and wAisue. Offi is more fan to wAistle so QydotAat 
most of tAe time. &™or mu oirmaau Qs got so manu Aresenfo 
Qzsm afeaia Of can use tAem all. ^ranatoiaave me a little 
car tAatvanSj a wAisue, and a vote of lemon snafo. grandma 



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aave a tofr tAat6fiin& andAoA&> andsinas^ aAaiv ofti/Zc 
itocAtnaSj and a litue ttnu iovtA/wti&A. G&umt tpmma and 
tyvmaative me afeaw otoa&wcUj and a tittle vedtoueate* suit. 
G&umt Q/uten and Q/fuirMlwn, aave me a wwvev dolt. 
Q/Mammaaa<ve me a little Aammev and a little vedtotow- suit 
wttAAuAAu on it. zDaddy voaaAtme £&me lo/uAoAb and some 
Kpawnelin aAaAev towA. ^vawdAa and ^matdma and 
Q$*ant Q?wen came aA tb> see as. 

Qsodau it Q/PtavcA 9, 4940, ^Lestev made Ai&iwstfoifr to the 
stove (a v/ocA and a Aaffl atone. Q/ve tooA Aisfeennu and 
ocuaAtAib candu atl&u AimseU. 

Q/Ae wtwtev zDaddy made a AarneSdrW^ Qsifr and Ae fro/led 
ZLe^tev on the sleiaA. Qfve i&nftvewu welt trained yet Oiit wAen 
cLe&tevaefo otaaev Ae catt teacA Aim to veaoed. 

Q&ov severed f weeA& ^Lestev Aas oeen stivtna Ai&frenniet to 
6uu a saw tAatcosta auartev — a dime — a nicAet—five 
Aennies - andftnallu tAe /astnicAet. QsAe second ni^At Ae Aad 
it Ae fiwaot and ' /eft L it outside and it wzined on it. WAen Aeyefo 
as> Aia at zDaddu Ae's aoina to 6wu a foucA, a dvaff — line and a 



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weudiaaev oyndAe €6^ntaolna ou^nntlna ail the time liAe 
zDctuclu — outAe li/ce toao atreadu. 

Q/flo&toftAe dAave momenta Ae Aa& ave 6A&nl ' Axx^nnterina 
nalu In ooa&chj aluwut maJcina s&nve/hina — one day an 
awf/i/awe, a^tolAe^ a Acute, o& a lAlna-a-ma-iia. Qfte coyn 
Acwnmev wttA thai old leu Aand at well as awu catfeenfe*. 

Qftte 6AecialioA i& fe &e/uzra/e tAe nulA. Q/te& autwuA readu 
and Aeldotn mitees. Ofte Aelfi6 tone cave of zDiaaie anduwnt 
let Aim eat IhMiM Ae &A<)ulo^ Ortega 

little o/duwman oo<hU L tv<wmjvna over- lAlna&. 

Q/ftarcA 4944. Q/Acs AaU wvnte* Aa& oeen l&na out 
en/ioA/enlna onefc* *£e&lev. ^La6t£i/lAe ecu/dm t count to- fen 
alone, out now Ae caw, dAeedtAe nuvnoert aA fa 400 analhen 
&tav& 4 04 , 4 02 j 403 and&o> &n. Q/te Anoua every letter In tAe 
alnAaoetin tAew /winted fbwn andnw6toftAem In €V^ltma ana 
fine o& tona/l Amnt. 

Q/Hanu mere tAe Aoum 6^&ntulllna outowlew oUan/awv 
seed and fiO€uev& from vnotnmus nawery caJa/oauet. Q/CU 
lave ofuotoerb €6> almotl at areal ~a& Alt motAevs. Qfut ovder 



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amounted to $42. 00 so>Ae fold QDadAe needed '#42. 00 Aay day 
front Ais cAecA atvd eafweted fo aet it. QdAen Ae wanted to lay 
tAe front lawn fofdanttAem in and couldn't understand ' wAu 
zDaddy and Q/fl&mma wouldntwantfo selliti£Aeaave tAem 
6 cents fw it. 

QfteAmows all me dam and dates on (foe ca/enaarj amen it 
is rfeanesaay tAe o ov Q/uesday tAe 4o . Q/Ce can tell time 
fvrettu good oat can V auwiys aet it exact. QsAe minuted ootAer 
Aim some yet, out tAe Aours are straiaAtin /us mind. 

GRwfour years old ^Lester sioA was aa/A^erina tAe earn. 
(£$loutowe every Aour Ae set out to aatAer tAe eaas — maAina 
tAe rounds. QZrn tAe cAieAen cooA, tAe lorn, tAe AaystacAj tAe 
straw- stacAj in tAe weeds, oac/c of tAe doaAouse andmany otAer 
Alaces Ae found tAem. G7&metimes Ae found wAote nests full all 
vyAimAetf. 

(fydifors Q/Vote; Q& Aad f tAe fwivtteae ofaotna wttA Aim fo 
maAe tAe rounds owe day. We made tAe sweef, andwAen we 
arrived at tAe straw stacA Ae saidfrattAe eaas in yeur/boc/cet 
and we wtllcliml aA and slide doum tAe otAer side, all was 
aood and welt until Q/ landed aaite AardattAe ootfom of tAe 
stacA andtAere every eaa ou^^leavina me driftfuna witA a 
fwcAet full ot raw sora^nvted eaaSj m.Cy/. 



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Q/fiay 4942. c£e&ter Aad fvniiAed Au uwU araae, vrfw&t 
year of&eAocl. Qrte was in tAe u^rst aro€iA all me way tArouyA 
and aid excefdiowally well, as ifallaay wasn 't ewouaA to study 
in, at town, as scAoolwas outAe came sfoatyAtA&me anasAent 
another coa/we Aoars reaainy. 






z$eeemoer 4943. ^Lester Aasyroum cc^tsiaerav/y in me last 

mm *" •' 

two years. Qfte weiyAs 67 Aoanas anai& in me loartA yraae. 
o£aai winter &n me day oefiwe tyArisfonas we tooA /dm tame 
AosAital witA rAeantatic fewer. Qfte was very ill lor several 
days out. &oluer a weelo we were aide to- briny Aim Aetna out 
Ae Aau to stay in vedl&r two weelcs. 

QyArouyA tAe years witA ^Lester. 

Q/Aen in Qjanuary Ae AadAis tonsils out and in ano/Aer 



two weelcs Ae was AacA in school 



ayavn. 



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CStfrnvna cAiiaAood memowe& urna will /owe tAe time 
z^aaovu went fa war. Q/Ae cetnina A&me atfuwlcuaA time ana 
watcAina tAe train faJce Aim awau tAal L 6cffc sammer niaAt— tAe 
reauxation tAat we miaAt not '&ee Aim aaain <u Ae and mom 
start tAe cap and Aead W ~04t tAal atuet hmelu road toward 
A&me 





Zce&ler 9®ertc£<ma $lenn(p. c£&naintAe &$rmy> 
QsAat fall f learnina ta drive' tAe tracA andtracfor andlAode 
lufru dam uA ta Uncle Q/Vo^r^nan^. &ovna fa 6eAocloyaaln — 
tAe loartA arade now- — Aa ArU '6ait <u a 6%dAdau present. 
^Arufmas — witAout ^adafy tA# new lueyele grandma 
louaAtAim - tAe vnlu owe in ration free for &o l&na — now- 
QjlacA QsCidd 'towed 'it ~ t/wctal f&r Aim. 

(S/wwia anduA to- i/ncle QWownant again off and wn 
darlna tAe &ammer. ($sAe war enctina and Aofiin<f few -J)aday 



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to come Aome town,. (5/cAoat time aaavn, — fefM araae tAis wear. 
tyAristmas time and A>nowina zDaMu was oacA in &^nerica. 
Q/Vew (d/ears zDaw ana ne is Aome. Jrultime erase tAatdau 
from memory,? ^rowina and tea&nina alt tAe time. O/Ae vest 
times are aA to wncle Q^or^noyns - 6o> many, tAinas to do. 

Q/Aatis the endofAis motAers &tory£>r Aim. Q/Vow nis 

wi&S / U<ersion. 



we CflAe family tfories tbldaoout ^£es was mis: Q/te went 
out to tAe fruit cellar to acta oottle ofAeacAes and dro/iAed tAem 
on the 6&A attdoroAe tAe ootue cmd cut Ais fvnaer or nana. 
Q?Us molAer said ne was move anary tAan awutAina, Ae 
coidaWtutidevsiavuiAow Aeaotcutj and Aeiamfled uA to fast. 

^CesaotAis <pag/e award in scoutina,. Q^<n AiaA scAoot Ae 
was one oftAe orainy ones, Ae aid very, welt in matA, Aciencej 
aAoAj cAemisfaUj AAofoaraAAuj and wor/cea 'as a staae nana 
/udfima aA tiaAts or wAatev^r 'needed to be done. 

CStffZer AiaA dcAoat )£es went to cAJQf/ It and was married 
tAe rveodsum^ner to- Q/taren Q/flaasenj qJu/u 44 , 4954, in tAe 
<^daAo Q^oIm O/em^ue. Qfte arauuated in 4958, awdslayed 



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at tAe Q7 as a welcUna teacAev antU '4973 \ (^fotneofAit 
summers were s/vcnlin scAaa/s in QfCouafonj tyo/wm6us wAiOj 
cmd zDetroit. ^Ces used to* sou tAe vesttAina aAou/^6eina a 
teacAer wu& Qjunej nJalu, and &$uaust . Gfome summer 
were sfient wcvAina in C2rdaAo> Qfodkj Ae//Unu fo> AuildtAe 
O/ifn/uweAe foot/ in tAe Q/im/ux^wuo^ JPuderness o& fence <m 
GfAutine zDwve. 

^Les never Aynew Aouj> to taAe a vucatianj it was always w&rAj 
and if we tbcA a vacaticm itwouldAe a auieA cum^vinu tri/t,, 
umicA was usually a area/ adt+evitum. )£es ouMafr&nfcwn 
ooatj ana aw, inaaard mate* lout, vctA van auite wetland Ae 
Aaa fun witA mem. Qtvc also started ouildina aalider 
cUr/uane wd sola it oeofre Ae ever fwusAed it. 

When *£es auit oO (y/ U Ae was a/rea</y Ae^iina Q/Aort 
(3fAi&tcliffla&u£wentto> w&rA full 'time for ^rovo Q/teel. 
Gwort Aad leen in tAe structural f steel f 6usiness fiw> many yean 
andtAinas were notaoinu very well for Aim, Ae deciaedto start 
nta/cina ait/n safes andwentto &Ces witA tAe idea. &Les Aetfteu 
desian tAe sale and tAe macAines tb> ouildtAem witA, andAas 
veen wcrAina tAere ever since. 



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&ne oftAe veatemt we mowed lo> Q/Hafilefon was *£es' wiend 
Qsom Qjamet mowedower Aere and tAouaAt we mould too. 
*£es and Q/om were&ienas manu / uears and did a lot op 
6MO€&moiUlina J ooafontij water sAiinaj andfowr wAeelina 
toaetAer. 

(5fA&rt ofAu&uiffAas oeen u/ce afatAer to- <z£es, andlAeu 
Aave a areat re/ationsAi^ oetween tAem. Q/tnce (5/A&rt retired 
Ae dAenas mostofAis time JuaAvnina the need AtMtttna triAj and 
the neadyearAaarden. &Les it a/uiays there ta ma/ce tAe Alans 
w&rA. 

&^notAer friend tAat Aas Aad a areat imAact L &n &Les was 

*oo> Q?twr&t. QsA&u Aave oeen neioA/wrs twice we mowed ta 
Q/HaAletorVj outtAeu were not the aestof friends mostoftAe 
time. ZAJoa Aad a Aearl tramdAtant and sia^rted asAina ^Les£>r 
AelA with a few little tninas and the fvievute/u/i deveio/ved to the 
fioinl that darina the lout ween of zxjoA's life Ae wanted &Les at 
Ait Aide all of tAe time, and*£es never left Aim, dau or- niaAt 
and was with Aim wAen Ae died. 

Q/flostof^Ces's life Aad oeen sAentwitA tAe scoatina 
Aroa^antj usuaUu in tAe teacAers auoruwi. Qfte was (ptders 
aa&ram Aresideni in tAe If wardf&r a coafele of years. Q/Vo€V> 
Ae is tAe wardclerA and does a veryaiwaioA attAat. 



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3^i*l&efal&e*ofl&^4e<n6 J Q^ldcAael ffiewH,, VDavid 'Seder, and 
JSvace (Mian 3!o*up. <2%5 Aas l&vee daagAford, Q^la^lanne S<ma 
^tfrntUanye/*, ofa^SZonp Wan&celt, andZaava Zonp 'Sfcame*. Q?& 
& ve*y,/wouclofAi& cAMwn and ' ymndc/u/tlrvn and /owed, tAem all. fi / eAave 
toa cAMwn and '49 aranacAMre^. 




/. oLau&aj Qjanet & zDean, Qsamnvu & zDave, ZAJvuee & Qjanaleej 

QMi/ce ^tyatihewne, (£uAl&u 
2. <3/am, Q/ftamann, ^e^^j^jfenni^^ jZ/lacnel, orou/a, ^Ledue 



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Qjfeff, ^Cace^Uj Q/tcUie Qynote not/Ucfa&eda&e: zDwn, <^*ndveW' cmd 





omi: wcfo/wp 43 j 4335 at G$daAo> Qsta/Aj <^daAo. 



Q/tty, fravenfo are: ~z)ewmcmt Q/ftacu&en and ^ewewiewe 
ijnx>c/c€iw<>a. 

Qs lived in &<ma a/t mu cnilanocd attended mmoc/ mew a#id 
aradtmlsd &cwi y®<vnnevule Qfuan Gfwi&o/in 4953. 





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Q/n&n, few two- aua&feM Qy attended 3^uc^ \po/lege 








)£e&fep ^to^va 





f$kt» && SS W. cf &mfi& 



QsCa&en Q/ttacuA&n, 



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When, Qs married f ^Lester Ae tows aXtendina caj(^/ U and Qs 
floured eaAen tve unisAea scAool tve tsHHud return to QzsdaAo. TrAicA 
never AaAAened. C£$notAer reason (^ mamiea )£este& toas tAat Q^ 
Aad avert tola to ta/ce a aood l&o/c al nis fatAvr, oecause most men 
would oe that land ol a earner. TVell ^tester i&iustli/ce Ai& mo/Aer, 
out after tf 5 years mayoe tAat isn't so aad. 

Groove wodcea in alt the ovaawixation op the cAurcAj in, teacAina 
and leadersAifr positions. Q&thinA my>fav<wite Aas been in the 
nursery j QyveoeenintAa£/wsili<malKHit£^ 

years and sAent three o&four years there eacA time. JVAile )£es was 
teacAina at z%5(y/ tl. Qs could attend classes wee. (^finuAeda 
zaj Q$*in cA^ld develo/t^nent a^ul fix^mly relations in 4975. effiy 
tAen tAe cAildren Aas devewAedto a somewAat reasonable level. Qs 
diant continue in that field professionally. C&ifeio years later Qs 
wentoacA to scAoot and received a )£iyQ/y certificate andworAeain 
a restAome as a nurse. ittyfar tAe lestioA QzsAave ever Aad is veina 
oromdma to my own andmany others in tAe nelaAoo^Aood. 

Qsvelieve tAe aosfiel is true, q%sus tpAristis my Qsav&r, and 
Offeavenly Q^atAer loves me. Qs Aave Aad a aood life and tAis last 
fiarti& tAe partis tAe vest so far. 

Qstaren Q/H. ^Cona 
Ire Aave 6 cAildren and 49 a&andcAildren. 




<-'■■■■» j:*-.*v « '■■- 



mmm 



f 





orffocAael ^Wavul 



Q/ttarianne csoruce 

820 



Qianet ^Caura 





zlDowell Qflewn, ^cona 
Q/, zDamell QfleMM ^Lotta, <m me 3o yeaw ofmu /ife, with some 
ft&otn/Uvna iv&m* vwu wonderuu ' mother , feet 'it necessary to write some of me 
thinas mat have taAen/uaee in nvu life vefore th&u iecome extinct from nvu 

Qso- twain uiitA, Or line Q/VefiAi ofoldwaA indeedvorn ofaocdlyfa>ren& 
Qflewn, tyAviAfen&en, )£ona and Q/liucel GStflmecla Q/tu<ma&. Q!rwa& oom 

the second son in the mmilu of 3 ions and 3 airls-. (^rAave 4 isomer and 4 
dialer w/u> awe older than Gydo. Qs neve** /&new wvu older sitter Q/Hary, at 
me died in, infancy. 



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I ' Vv 



p 



/ 




Q/tlu olde* avolhep i& ^Le&fep zl®t£&l ^Lowa, mew, nvu 6€Ate>* Q/flawme Qfuwn, 
3?xma zKi/acA, Q£&ofe£ &$M>n ~L<ma <$/'ule& ana I fcnalvu Qfau/&n, tylujSowl 





~Le&fe* ixiiwl Z&ma Qfayl&n,, zDa&ve/l, C£$wlM& (£$wn, 



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Qwlom and zDad. 





Qftatcel QWlmeda QfvwmuA cmcl Qflenw Tp/wufen6en ^Lona 




Q/fvu oi&finAlace was oLwicowtj C^fdaAo, on me 3i ofQ/fta&cA itt 4333. 
Q/horwu aftev mw Ai&fin, tnuAa^en/s moved to a> A^na/l^/otofayoa^idi^v 
CSwnmon (Solano, and it was mere thai Quotas to oe reaped to mwnAooa. 



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Qsni& is me Aou&e nvufea#e>nfo iuUtwtih mew own two- Acmck. GiJaAen 43 
otQjime 4333. (yew cAucmood A&me. C£$m?K&n,j QFacma. 



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G&& a child, my mother says mat ^wasntha/iAy unless there was a 
ouncA of Aids around tafuay with. Qyauess this is one lAina that QrAave 
never aotten over oecause Qs really wuoy the cctnJiMMOtodAfoofaaocd 
friend. Q?ood friends are one of my modt/iruw/etefiosiesUcynA. QirAave Seen 
otessedwilA many true and wonderful friends and (^llalways iea&atefut 
few them,. 

^rcxocnauAin C£$nwnon notch many elect* and wonaer^ m^nwtUes oc 
my youth. G$*s a, small ioy (here were a few necyAoorhood ooys (hat Of 
ifientmayny hours eacA day with. &ne of these was Qsiarl ipall. Qste lived 
next door and we oecame inAe/iarao/e c&mfwinions. rre usually ft/ayed with 
iyauland zz)ate ittunnellj ana Vat Tprow. QsAefcve of us coutaadaauy 
oe found together either in* or out ot mischief out always toaelAer. Wefilayed 
foaetherj AteAt out toyetAer, swam toaelAer, andAadan occoisional rocA fiyAt 
with the Aids down, the street out always loaether. 



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Quite early in ouv youtA, Q/Ca&l s IoiAa moved to ^ocatello wnd Qs 
donttAinA Qzsevev saw Aim aaatn-j out there is still a warm dfiolin my 
memory ww Aim. QsAe remawiina four of us stayea (ana ' areui ufi, in 

QStfmmon. When (^lecame 8 years old Of was la/Uitoedby qJocA Qswona 
on Q/flay 3 and cm Q/ftau 4, l9tf7. Qzswas confvrmeda member of the 

TpAurcA ofQ%sus ^Awist of Scatter ^Day Qsaints by my father. C£$ooutlAis 
fame of my life oUAada traffic accident, out Qzswas aile to- recover from it. 

Q/ffly father worAedattAe i^onneville ^Lumber tyotnfiawu tAatwas 
located at the corner of 7 street and QsVortA f^eUowstone QfUaAway. &n 
Qsuturaay mornings <3srode to town witA my zDad and tAen Qs would 
am/A doumtoum to tAe ^awamount QyAeater wAere Qzswouldsee tAe QsCids 
Q/alurday mow. Q/£ would let out about noon oynd Qs would walA lacA out 
and vide home witA zDad. 

{pverytAina was fine this Qsa/uraay ntornina until Qzraotlo tAe corner of 
<p Qstreetwnd Qshoa^ie &$uenue. (^Instead of crossing a/ tAe intersection in 
tAe normal ma<n>ne<*j Qs decided to cut across since (^ didn't see awy cars 
coining. (^A^sall Qyrememle&lecause Q? wolce u/i in tAe AosfUtal. Q/Hy 
head was alt vundaaed ufi, and my motAer oynd zDadwere sitting leside tAe 
led looAing very- worried. Qs tAougAl to myself zHjou, Q/ must really 6e in 
trouble. JVeHj Qs had a fractured sAult and a feat olAe& minor injuries. 
QsAe doctor fuit me on a liauid diet oynd Gil wasn't allowed 'any solid foods lor 
about a weeA. QsAis loasfiretty Aardto ta/ce lecause lAelellow wAo was 
driving the caw tAatAitme worAedattAe iyuowneville JLuvnler tyovn/wmu 
witA my zDadj avid felt so bad about it tAat Ae went out oynd f lougAl a wAole 
yrocery sacA of candy laws, oranaeSj affiles, cooAies. C£$nd alt tAe goodies 



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/w46w/efo&faffim/d'mat6a*x(>. ($$ndthe*e (^waAu^tav/etaeatanyotit. 
(3sAe doctor Aaidthat Gfwa& to- lay still and OHj oeiny suen a toiaylu Icidj it 
was fi petty touaA. Q^inally he act me o/uaedj Ae said tAat it (^didn't lay 
still and not move my neaa ' a^yuian that <3? awulddie. ($sAats all it tool 
lecau&e you ctwldw t Aave aotlen me fo move under any civcumstanees. 
C^^e^amo^Aeriodo^tttne Q? toot fully mended and lacA to my old twelcA. 




*\, 





When Gzrlecome 42 years of aye Grwas ovdaineda zDeac&n ly my 
la/Aewn C£q/wi/44j 4954. (^Hso- at aye of 42 Q? was iw/wduced into the 
zHoy G/cou& o/G&*meriea &voa>ram. ^Little did (^^eatixe the itn/vactthus 
tvroaram would nave on- me in my later life? Qs nod many yreal ^ scout 
leaders. C&imony some o/tAese we&e Q^arl (pmfley, C£$rneH G/ummers-j out 
the scoutmaster that <^vemem6e<r most was my zDad. Q/fty zDadwas the 
scoutmaster that im/iressed me move than (he others at a time wAen Qs needed 



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to be impressed. Qrte used to taAe )£es ana 'me ttsAina in Q/eton zffiasin and 
mang>Alaces in the out ol doors. iyerAafa all tAis toiwate attention Qs 

received was because Ae fell a area/ need fa become close to- me. Soften, minJc 
that ol all mu brothers and sisters Qs causea my, ftovents more concern because 
&sdidAave a tendency Id- be fcrodigal. Qs remember rnyyronama Qftymus 
saying mat oHwos sues? a mean little bugger mat Qswos surely doomed to 
enduA in me fanitentiary. Q/Pty father Aetfrea, me through my scouting 
years and Qs wasjusl a sAort distance ' freni getting my (paale Q&uoard when 
Otslosl interest, Scoter (^didftnisA itu/b so (^dio become an (paale Qscout. 
iyerAaAs it is because of me untiring efforts ol a gooa 'scoutmaster woo lowed 
ana ' wor/ced with me amen Qs needed thai extra attention is one of the reason 
s Qs see sucA a need lb- worA as an adult scooter . Gsfboys now are idee Qs 
was then, there needs to be a good influence for them. Qsn this small way, (3s 
may be able to re/uvu mu father f&r the time and effort that he sfant trying to 
save this unwortAy soul of mine. 



^wring this time of my life QsAada Aeen interestin the things of nature 
mat were all about me. QftooA a special interest in birds because they were 
all over. Qs rememler all the countless hours Qs used to s/iend 'on the Ionics of 
Qsand \preeA in Q/flay and Qjune while the birds were nesting. &Ae old 
slough by the old ^oodson /dace was one ofmylovorite sfiots. iyoirds by the 
hundreds nested there. G/7 was at mis ti?ne Qs storied mu bird egg collection. 
&ver the wears Qs had oAtooexmcUelu 50 different Ainds of eggs. Tre would 
fwlce a fan in each end ol the ego and blew out the inside and AeeA just tAe 
shell, TpacA ego — 50 different &fories. Qrifty stories are too many to tell Acre 
but QZsao remember lowering ^Leon Q/mitA over a clifjfin 3HoeA cSrCallow to 
aeta cou/Ue ofzHled Qsailed oTtawA egos tAal Aad 'lolled to AatcA. QsAe eggs 
were rotten, but we manayedto save tAe eggsAeUs and they were one clour 



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mott /wined eaa&. ^Lean <3fmith a/to had an eaa co//ectian ovulate iAenta /at 
of time together in pursuit of our Ao/t/u. 




Qrlwnmituwi^ nest Mice of 50 centfriece 
Cd/u&e toaoaaddina abound au owe** foam uUt/ioui adcinUj and mom and 
dadto/dme if Of alaWl '/ewm to- &tasu home that Q2r awu/dhave to- ve 
funidied JreUj the threat offuimiwmentaMAMtetwuxm to- Acare Qyaaete. 
&nedaywAen &ca^nehamefto^na^veofniy/itt/et^^ 

neiaAaarhoadj Q? /ootid fnam and dad meant vu&vneM. Qsh&u &aid then ajere 
WWMQ' tofudme on the coa/d' chain amdchain me to the c/othedine foot. &hts 
sounded /i/ce a /at of am, &o <3rvea//u aienta/ong with it. Q&a*&ut*fo<r a 
ami/e, 6id after (^ found Q/ 1 cou/dnl get /oo&e the fun awe off ana Qs 
teamed/he iw/enaea ' /euon. (^dontoKMitawu one to- thin/o mufayrenfo a*ere 
cvue/j iecau&e tneu ajerent. OP ata&JuAt the tu/ie that had to have a utt/e -move 
&fem fnea&wre that other feof/e aid. 



rrhen, Qr/ecayme 44 yeata o/d <3ra*a& orauinedto be a teacher an Q/fiau 
2, 4953. U/iy, my /other. GStf/out thi& tonne time Qs oecame aware thai my 
father u*a& i// ant/i some sort of a disease that (^coa/dwtevewfwwwance /et 
a/owe understand. Outdid ma/ce quite a chwnce in my /if at aje/Zas it aid 



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his. Qfte had to auitdoina worlc that reauired a lot of^Aysica/ ea^ertion. 
Q/Ce started wo^ina lor the school district as a Janitor and also he ofcw ous. 
<2sh the evenings when Qs woula 'aet out the school ous Qs would helfi, mom 
and the rest of the hick and we would do the swee/iina ana have that fiarl soon 
faretty well oy the time dad would aet home from hit out run. 

G&UAOj when- OF was arouna 'this aye Qs started qJt. Q/uah Qschoolj 
adtfazuah still living In OSdnnnon we were ousted to llcon to ao to school, 
because we had a new consolidated Qschool zDist. if 93. 



QPtwas there in the / a&ade Qslvrstmet Qsharon Q^dndrus. Qshe was 
mactt 'taller than Qs was and we shared very little in conttnon at that twne. 
Qfler ieina taller than me really didn't male much difference oecause there 
weren't very, many airls who weren't taller than me and at that aae there 
weren't any hoys that were shorter than Qs. GSdUth&ouah my arade school 
Qywas the shortest and runtlest kid in my, class. <3sauess what Qrlach in 
sixe Qs made ufr lor in meanness, cloeina bmalt 'means you aet left out of a 
lotof thinas. q/ou are always, the last one to he chosen when the sides choose 
ufr and are never allowed to he included with the so - called in - crowd. Qs 
auess it was that old sense ofoeina needed, hut Qzsusedto hang around the 
fringe ol aece/itavUity and always ho/vona thinas would chanae. rPe/lthinas 
didn't chanae for a few years after that. Qs n the ninth arade Qiswentout 
l&r wotoacl resolved to al^ve it all Qishadj out my 85 lexis. rrasn't enough. 
Q? couldn't ran fast, throw hard, or do any of those thinas that malce a good 
oall/ilayer, Qshe last game ofthe season came around a/nd Qs still hadn't 
got a chance togetinto a single game. Jre weretilaying Qshelleyj at 
Qshelley and Qs Just hnew that the coach would let every one have a chance 
to /day. Qshe lastauarter came around and still Qs sit 'on the hench. 



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Q^inally Ae stood u/i and asAed if tAere was anyone wAo Aadn 7 idayed 'that 
year and (^jumfied ufr and 'was ready lb ao. Qfie said ' tb aet v in tAere tAen 
and aive it a- ao. CSdllseason lona Qs Aad fdanned ' adat Qs was aoina tb do 
if ana amen Qs aol the chance. Qs van out on tAe add ready ' and wiHina tb 
laAe on the whole QsAelly leant, zxjoy, sonteoodu Aad belter looJc out. Gil aol 
lb the huddle and waited for the auarterladc lb call the /day. &dndwAile 
there U Aa^ened. i^Janaf Q/e was the Anal aim endlna tAaba/laame. Qs 
feUaadaUu defiressed as we went home worn theaame but it made me realitce 
that as &ma/l as Or was Qycou/anteafrecttb comAete In GSdlAletics and le 
successful too*. Q/Ais ended my career as a AiaA school athlete, Qydecidedtb 
sHc/c lb my tram/vel and fdayina in the landwAere sixe didn't maAe that 
mueA of a difference. 

C£dt aae siafeen Qs was ordained to a wriest by my father and it was 
more evident thai Ais illness was toAina its toll. zDy this time Gswasawa<re 
that it would ue the death osAim sooner o& later vecause it was inearalle. Qs 
auess Qs dian'tAmoutAoui sicAA# was vecause Aew^ 
houp sic/c Ae really was. Jpven lAouaA Ae was illAe would/day oas/celA 
the driveway witA ^£es and me oefore Ae wentaway lb school. Qsbnve ofnx 
very fondest memories of my father are of those lallaames. (SsAnow Ae le 
win most of the time, oat it made us feel aood that we could veal dad in 
oasAetoall. Q/ftom would ael awudly u/isetwitA Aim wAen Ae would/day 
because it would mafce Aim alt the moresicA, oOul Ae would never tarn us 
down wAen we adced Aim for aaame. Or often wondered Aow dadfeltj 
Anowina tAalAe wasaoina to die. 

Odle Aad laced 'tAe Aossiliuty osdylna andleavina Ais family before whe. 
Ae was drafted info tAe army in Jrbrld frar QsQs, at tAe age of 32 witA 
youna wife and f several 'cAildren to oe left at home. <3tt nuest Aave oeen 
different Anowina lAattAere were no odds ofaettina outoftAis one. 



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QsAe loot yew* before my lather's death was very AamuU lor Aim and he 
was in and out of tike Aos/iital severed timet. ($sAe last time he Aynew that there 
was nothing they could do lor Aim andAe didn't want to get the family into 
more financial fivowesns than theu were already in . Q^inallytAe zljisAofi 
cowrie and told Aim thing* would be &Q/C and far Aim to get to* theAos/Utal. 
QsAe last few weelcA we children weren't allowed to wait Aim Ae was in so 
mucA /lain. Q/Hom said we mould remember Aim as Ae wot not as Ae was 
dying. Qyuesdag night Gfrcame Aomefrom Q/ft Qs Q&tand Q/ftom wot at 
the AosAital. <3fwas met at the door by my sister Q/fiaccine and (£*nn who 
were' crying. OP Anew wAat had Aa/ifrened without being told. Or don't 
remember where Qfaylen was out Of guess Ae was there, grandma 
Qfvymas was wilA mom so Qs called &£es in iyrovo and Ae was there before 
morning. 

zDadeven with nitfiain amafrroofems Ae still showed a very dee/i concern 
l&r me andwAatwas to become of me right to Ais deatA. Qs really didn't 
thin/c that Qswas really alt that bad, out Qs resolved not to let Aim down in 
Ais concern lor me. Q/Hom and the family tried to Aee/v tAaJanitoviob and 
also stayed on witA the school luncA. QsAi& meanttAat OP would clean the 
loy's restroom at noon oynd ' oetween classeSj as it needed it. C£$lways lefare 
thejanitor worA that Qs had to do was done outer school when, no- one was 
around. OUtwas very hard lor me to get down on my lonees in front of my 
scnoolntates and scrub a toilet. QsAere were those who made it rniseralde lor 
mej out soon my faolisA firiaes were swallowed u/i and it became a routine 
cAore. QlVea£fazge/Uclure&cn^ofthela6tm^ Qflenn tyA&i&lensen 



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Wwtf my Qjfo- year atAian school we nod one of the oiaaest clances in 
the Aistory of the scAool. Qs dAenl an awudly lot of time Ae^una olecorate £o& 
tAis dance and 'several 'otAer /woieets the elate nod. zDanice (Sfteelj one of the 
move AoAular aim, made the comment tAat she 6u#e wisAed otAer elate 
members would suJi/iort the elate with as mucA time as QsAadavuen then. 

<5/he Aud not f>raotten because at the beainnina ol our seni&r yea* they 
had elate elections. rrnen the time came for nominate for elate fwesidentj the 
name ofzDicA Qflymus wasAutuA and then sAe stood u/i and nominated me. 
QzruAedlhe idea ofbeeemina Qsr. \plate iy resident, bii£ofa/ltAefieo/de in 
the elate &dulntuHin£loruMaya4nstdwas zDicA. zDicA was one ol the 
most/io/ilar boys in school. &^trstcAatr trum/wt filayer in band, well lined 
and he was accefrtedby all. 

QlVonunations were elosedauer the two nominations were made and we 
were sentoutoftAe room. Qs don't Know wAatwenton in there, oat what 
ever it was ittooA an awfullona time. zDanice <5/%el must Aave been doina 
6ome awuct hard coymfaii&nina on my behalf. C^duer a wAile we were asked 
bacA into the room and my heart nearly 6Jefi/tMoea4ina when QHsawontAe 
blackboard <3/enio* \plate cs resident— ^a^rell^Lona . Qs believe Qs 
cried on that occasion because Qs anally fell that Qs was acceJUedbymy 
schoolmates. 

Qzsiwas a area/ and alorious year that ''followed. Qzstwas tAen that Or 
started taAina an interest in Qsha^on C^dndrus. rre had 'a government elate 
toaether and Qs would winA other across the room. Qshe would blusA and 
pretend not to notice. We started datina a little and everyone Anew tAatsAe 



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was muaivl. TPe lotA tooA a Aistovu class worn oAfowna QllatAlun andtAe 
fwoa&am tAatsAe was teaeMnalrom Aad a setlownfo* its tests. QsAavow Aad 
the class u^stf^eriodawd Qs Aad it wurtA, viaAtafte* luwcA. We would aet 
toaetAev darina lancA awdsAe would tell me wAat auctions weve ow the test. 
QytAiwA QsAa&ow carried me Aalfwau tAvouaA tAatyeu* until owe da/u G' 
acta uettev a#ade ow mu test them she did and afcev tAatsAe wouldntAelh me 
awu move. Qs think all me teacAevs did and cute* mat me wouldn't Aelfi me 
awu move. QzstAiwA all the teacher we*e aware of our affectum few eacA 
otAer. TpoacA ^rio/fiA QftunteVj QsAa&ow was owe ol thede offeceaivls faAes aft, 
Ais tests. (^snaa&ow was owe el these office aids awdwAewevev she didowewv 
Aim Ae would count the cofUes awdmaAe save AeaottAe stencil vacA so 
(SsAurow woulclntavue a co/vjf to me. 

oUtwas all done in fun, lutevew the teacAers vecounitoed mu lowefov 
G/Aavow. 




zDew* old iffiownevule QfuaA GscAoolj oOownevi/le \pouwtu QPelaAo. 
OStyftev we araduatea (from dear old ^ffiowneville Q/uaA QscAool Qtsaota 
iol wovAiwa at (3saaAo (5/teel ^voauctS Tpo. and Qsnarow wentow to z/iicAs 

ypollege. zffidiaw'ttaAe me Iowa to oecome vewujealous ofalltAose colleae 
vows datiwa Ae* so Qs Aad to Aut a stofb to alt tAat. 



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($she only way Qs could do that was to /wo/tote toner. Q/ 1 vouaAt a rina 
(on time) and 



cyoAAedthe aaestion. (3/he accented «W on Q*fane48, 4958 we were fnarried 
for a// fame and eternity at the ^daho Q^aUs temAle ly zv resident William 

QsUUflMCK. 

rre rented a small oasemenl apartment near my worA and after 
htmeytnotmina in Yellowstone zyarA. JVe were alt set ta ta/ce aft 
house/ceefcina. Qyhatis we AadenouaA money, left to tarn on the uahts. Well 
comma offG&unton Q/ullweao^^4CKeda^ayr dfreedtna, something, li/ce 84 
?n/iA in a 60-rn/iA xone. Gsnere went oar money to tarn on the lights and we 
were faced witn oar fvrst UMoyncial critic, z/at Aharon's totter came to the 
rescue and lent as the money andweAaldher lacA the neoctweeA. oOatto 
say the least, itwa& a frustrating eafierience. 

OS* short time later we moved to a smaller and less eafiensiwe aAartment 
on G/outh TPater in Q^daho Quails. Trhile we were living there we Aadoar 
first baity aaughter, z^Oechy Q^ay. <3/he was so sweet and sAedal. Q/ 



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rentenwered grandma Q7tymas would walA out l to- ou& A/ace from tAe 
JPhite <3/lar ^Caunclryj wAere she Aad worlced so many years, Just to Ivina 
oOeclcy little aifts andtAinas tAatsAe Aad crocAeted. Q/ome timet sAe would 
come Just to- visit. &rawdma's aae was sAowina on Aer andsAe also Aad 
cancer out wasnt aware of it yet. QyAis tweet little elderly lady tAatAad 
iecome my second mother wot sloudyladina away, (finally AerAain 
oecame so areat tAat sAe went to see a aoctor. Q/te tAouaAtsAe Aadaalstones 
and advised surgery. zDurina the operation they, found thai she wasfuHof 
cancer so tAey Just sewed Aer lacA ufi. Well she neve* returned worn the 
Aasfutaldiedjusta very few days late* neve* reaui?tina consciousness. 
(^UtAouaA grandma Q/Cymas very seldom went to cAurcA she wus a very 
areat woman. Q/he had lived witA us every since arand/ia Qftymus died was 
with mother when aadwasaone to the wur. Q/he hadhelfredmom and dad 
with the afiorinainy ol our family. Gzrlvnow it would be extremely hwrdf&r 
mother without Aer. 



ive loaaAt a house in GStfmmon and moved out there and lived there lor 
almost H or 42 years. QsAe>re was a lotofinXerestina and valued eafieriences 
Aa/ifien to us there. G&lllthe rest of our children were lorn to us wAite livina 
there. QA/atulie Q^ay, oAlilc/ci Q/flaej C£$ndrea QsCaye, ^Lovenia zHiae, 
andf/naHy our&rstson QsCriston Q?lenn he was really sfiecial oecause after 
5 airls Ae Aad to le sAecial. (Srlove eacA andevery one of my dauanters very 
mucA out (SrAave always wanted a son. TVAen Qsxviston was oorn Oecame 
Aomef&rm (Ae AosfUtat that niaAt and made a oia sian tAatsaidj <^ts a 
Ulioy and Aut it across tAe front window-. QrtAinA that il Q? could Aave 
aiforaedit Qs would Aave louyAttime on Qs y and announced it to the 
world. Q/tty scouttrocA Anew- Aow thrilled gHwos aloutitandso with the 



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Ae^i ofsom<e of their mothers tAeyaave me, not Gsnaron, a oavy shower. 
QyVotonly was me regular trooA mere, out also a lot of the boys who were 
older now out at one time nod been in, my troo/i. Qzstwas a real nice 
occasion, and Q&lhinA Qs cried with tears of aratituae. 

. G&uso while livlna in, CStfmmon Qs was fiat ''in as an assistant scoutmaster 
to- 93ol tyAantrill. zOi&Ao/t, Qserrell ^Oellwas bis/io/i then. C&U soon as 
the new cAurcA was com/i/eled the/u dluiaedthe ward ana iyDoo wasfiutin the 
other ward. <3^W a short lime (^wor/ceain the Qsunday Qschool 
Qsafwrintenalency. &ne Qsunday nvornina Qswas called in to the zOishofr's 
office ana was tola that Oil was to be released and that they wanted me fovea 
(^scoutmaster. QS&lhetime Qs felt Qs was oeina demoted. ijOutauera 
while Qs found that that il was fo be one of the area/est catlings in my, life. 
QZsservedas Qscoutmaster for more than ten years in the (^wmmon Qsecond 

JVard under yftjishofr Q/fioyten <^/ouna. 

i^jishoA y®ill ipoac and ^Oisnc^, zOlaine &odf#ey. Q/ftanyoftheooyA 
Qs worked with are married with children of their own. Q/Vol all turned out 
aooa but mast of them did. Qs sUli feel elated when one of them ma/cesaood 
attdcaMtAelfrfeelina hu^alona with those thataetinto foouvle. 

G&mso while wuina in QS&nmon Qs aol *ny first taste ol politics. oOill 
&Laney, a city councilman, had mowed away and <3swas called iy the 
mayor, iyieed Q/fiolen, and the rest of the city council it unisA outAis term of 
office. Q£$fte>r that Qzsranfor and was elected fo a term, of my own. Qs 
worAed with men uAe iyioudand iyionvrell, Qrtarold ^Loveland, zDevar 
Qftammer, zDerrnonl c/iicAs, and of course Q/ftayor QWiolen, QPtwas all 
very interestina worn and (^leamedfo love these men and 'res/ted them. 
Qftowever, Qs learned thai a politician cannot Mease ew&ryona so wA#n my 
termwasu/i, (^dian't seeA reelection. Qs auess it was tArougA this experience 



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mat (^learneda at/fop contem/U f<yr tAe career -tuAe A<di&cians wAo are so 
2-£zcedal<Hittrylna to ft/ease iotA tide* of tAe issues tAatlAey malce liars out 
oflAemselves. Qs develofteda oelieftAata man wAo serves Ais community is 
doina aaoodioo wAen Ae does not try to ma/ce a career outofholitics, mat it 
is me Aindofa tAina that every man sAouldAave the oAAo^rtanity of doina 
iusti 



<mce. 



Q^ became interested in rauina calves and needed a Mace tb> so this. JPe 
started too/Una abound and anally found a small fUece op abound in (Baylor 
so we sianed the fiaAerS and started luildma the lam and corrals; next came 
me Aouse and the lanasca/ie. C^iltAouaA itAas oeen a lotofworA and sweat 
we are veyinnina to see some oftAe rewards otour efforts, /fie movedinlo the 
Qjameston yPardandoar new Aome on (^Man/csatuiMa, zDay 4970. 

(3rwasfiutin as an GRissistant Qscoutmaster to ^Darwin Q/flatthews and 
also as zDeacons C$$dwsor. rrAen the^roarofn cAanaed. OF as was fiat 
into tAe Q/flQfC£$ Qfu/wrinlendency and also made Q/roofi yoinmittee 
tyAairmun. GStfttAe leaMvnina of 4974 Qzrwas called to le tAe tyAairman of 
lAe QyraMtina tyonwmtteefor tAe entire Qyeton oreolcs council. Qzslove 
my zHioy OfcoatworA anditmeans aareatdealto me. (^UtAouaA wAen it 
talces uA a lot of my time, my wife vecomes less tAan entAusiastie aloutit. 

Cm to tAistiointin my life (SsAave Aadmany o/i/iortunities lo serve in 
many Aositions wAicA is a direct SwomiAeatven in my ^atriarcAal o/essina 
wAicA says tAat (3ram nataraloorn leader andtAat Qs would Aold many 
ofifrovtunities to serve in many Aositions ofleadersAifr aot/ity in lAe riyAt 
manner in riaAteousness Qs will ' utulou/rfedly le nvalclna amendments lo lAis 



In this year 1999 this history has been included into our Long Family Book. And not many 
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/lufomt, &uttfu& ti a Swefifbavto^l&e t/ilnas that <^co*i6ide>* vm/uwlcwtt emd 
Aave made wvu ufe wAatlttA louay. 4974. 




Qsnis i& nvu dew* $vcnMlMioJhe& Q/ttaru Q/CunuiA 
rVno /iwedwith && manu yea&6>. 





Q/harow, CStyndreiS ^£&na 



zDaweU Q/lewn, c£tma 



Taylor, Idaho. In the house they built. Their seven children have all grown and married and 
have homes and families of their own. 

They traded their cattle for a tree farm. I noted they have grown older in years, wisdom and 
leadership and made a righteous endeavor to serve the Lord. 



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Qs7 was a sunny autumn day, &cto6er 22, 4339, Qs was lorn. 

QyAe oldest cAi/d and first dauaAter to &arda zDoman and (^sAomas ipdaar 

CStfndrus . QisAis tooAfilace at iyiiaoyj G&aaAa in lAe Qfoody Q/flaternity 

Qftome. 

Q/tly first Aome <3sam (old was a small, day' trailer located east ot 
z/iiaoy in tAe vplarA area. Qftere myfatAer tauoAt scAool and was a 
scoutmaster, wAue mother watcAed and worried over me as all aood mother 
do tAeir first own,. 

&ne of my first memories is liwina in a house in iyiiaoy on, the Q/ftain 
(Qsfrreet. <^ ulced to ao to <^iu^ Entity s( ^ranama zDoman's sister) 
QsAe was a large woman ana 'would set me on- Aer la/v and read ^Little 
rown Qstxy O/CC? stories to* Aours;; itseemedsAe never act tired. 

^utside ofiAere Aouse were sofi lilue aray fuissy willows. Q/Ae tallcedto tAem 
and Qs really tAouaAt tAey could Aear Aer. QsAave always felt a fondness 
to* tAe fiussy willow. Q/z was from tAts Aouse OywaAtosAUfroffto 
Q/unaeraarten witA a little fiiend sinaina, qTock zaj QAimole wAile 
tryina to miss tAe oracles in tAe sidewalA. <3swas also Aitoy a car wAi/e 
crossing a oasy streetwAile returning from a candy ouying sAree. OP wasn't 
AwrtfnucA out was surely scared. 

<Qsoon after tAis my family was to move to tlcon wAere my motAer and 
fatAer were ouildina a new- Aouse. Q/Ais would oe me Aome wA&re Qs would 
live and love until my ntarriaae : QsAis is really tAe first time oUcon 
rememoer Patricia {oratt^/ my sister. Qme was myjol to watcA Aer and try 
to stay outofmiscAief. JVe were living in our new- Aome even tAouoA it 
wasn't finisAed, so tAere were many no -no's and lots ofimiscAiefito- stay out 
of. One day iyatti yot lost and everyone in tAe neiaA^orAood was looAina 
£0* Aer. Q7 was su/rely scared oecause Qs ukis su/i/iose to 6e leen watcAina 



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Aer. QfcncMu we found Aer at the to/i ofotAe field 'riding on tAe tractor witA 
uncle iylulon Gsvmmons. 

Qiswas to learn me value ofoworA earlu. (^rememoer feeding and 
watering hundreds ofcAicAenSj ga/hering, wasAlng and fiacJcaging eggs, 
fainting me cAlcAen ran and /lading a wagon or slea (fidl of eggs to neiaAoors 
fo sell, rre Aada large ras/derrg fiatcA and iyatti and Qs were to/i/rune the 
dead iiwoa out and tie aft the new oaring brandies for Aarwest; met made then 
easier to/UcA. Jre alwags had a good large garden mat we were exj/iectedto 
worA and Aelp, Aarvest. 

rre had a large Gsf. oHernard AuAAu given as vg a cousin, rre called 

Aim Qylnu QSdli 'the fownilu loved Aim veruntucA. Qrte fuelled us on the 
uedj In the milA cart, andang olAer via we could dream uA. Q/te reallg 
loved us too. QslAinA AeaAave talcen a leg offitAe tnougAt someone was 
going 6» harm one of us. 

Q/flu forsl ArotAerj zzJavid zDowian CSdndruSj was lorn when Qywassiv. 
UncUti and oHwere so firoud tAat Ae was a log. Qsoon to follow were 2 more 
IrotAerSj QyAornas zDean and zDonald oHooerl. ijHog wAatmesses lAese 3 
cute little ArotAers could maAe. (Ssdldmg share of growling attAem, out 
wouldntAave traded thewt, for all of the world. 



yn Ja/entine zlDag wAen OX was In the o grade Qs leu the fuvrtg at 
ScAooltogo Aome and did on a straw Aorse that the countg was auctioning off. 
odlgfouAer told me ifo<^couldlug tAe Aorse lor tAefrrice of tAe Aag Ae had 
fedlAe straUj tAen Qs could Aave Aim. QHwas realscaredj out wanted the 
horse verg ladlg, tAe mangAeoAle were aiding agalnstme said $ 20. 00 and 



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Qysaid 24. 00 . Qste looAced at me for a feat seconds and sold ^tittle airl, do 
you want tAat Aorse? and Qirsald yes . Qrte&aidj (y/oa can Aave it. 
Qsa y®oo& was my Aorse for many years. Qs &old eaas to ouy Als Aridte. 
Q^ laved Aim a lot. 

Qs uAed 'to drlue lAe foaelor atid Adfr in lA# fields. Qfauess QywaslAe 
oldest and ~z)avldwas still too yowna, tAis Aecame my lot la s/iend a aood deal 
of lime In, meae/ds wttA my fa/Aev, ancles andooy cousins. Qs learned to 
lave tAe outside the smeUofnew maum Aay, Ihefeelofacwnfi sfirina worAea 
toll, me looA and laacA offiureaoiaas lAe twain floured &om me comotne Into 
me trucAfor transfer. Q^tavedlAe coalAuwms In lAe canal witA all of the 
family In tAe evenina cute* me sun Aadaane down, we would often /day 

AlcA lAe can , UinA vase and no vears outtoniaAt , G&#nd others. 

G&uways zDaMy would/day witA us. Qsunvnter was mw favorite lime. 

Qiswas 40 years old when zDon was oorn sa (^&hould&ay at tAis lime 
sa>netAina aoout my Aafltism. Qs was oa/Mtked an (p street In <3sdaAo 
Quails , QTaaAa In the old <&a£e&nacle i^uitdinaoy C£$lvin cHiitcAie an 
Q/Vovemoer 4, 4947. Q£$nd conformed Ay my fame*, zfiad ' Aadjusl /tad a 
hernia ' o/veration and coutdn 'I oa/Uixeme. Qs liAed aalna la ^rimaryand 
Qsunday QscAool. Q/fw favorite memory is wAen mother was lAehrintary 
cAarister. G&* land memory witA my father was as a uoana alrl around ' 40 - 
42 years, rre dAenl several days In Q/ieuy canyon wllA lAe tractor and 
waaon la aet corral fwles and a larae derricA loom for lAe Aay derrlcA. Qfte 
sAowedme lots ot different uotvers and names ofousA and /wrd. QTtwas sa 
flretty andaaiel. TVe would stofi la eatoy tittle streams. Qs never looA at a 
can Of tomatoes, fiorA and Aeons and a oaa of &randmolAers oldjasAioned 



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ginaev sna/is automat QytAinA oftAotefun days atQsCellu Canyon witA 

zDadouilta vwcation footle* and we Aadlofo of fan a6> afatnMu in mat oca 
footle*. QsAe two tri/is (^vemeinie* tAe le&tuteve amen we went fa zDenve* 
ana iyo&tland. G£*t zDenve* me lorae often iJrlea iyiocA (^yAeate* ouilt 
on tAe side of a mountain, (plicAes C&*musement iyorA and the /<wav xoa. 
Jre waited and stouea 'with Uncle Qftm ana C£$unt&Ceona zDoman. 
QsAe foiA to &04tuana wa& to visit Uncle \plai* ana GRumt Qrnex, (^*acy>. 
Otifcwus the first time to- see me ocean, (^isAevman's rrnurffov Q/eatue with 
clam cAowder. QsAe beauty of ferns andoreens that arows riant afi next to 
me Q/uwwu. C&itaaeJb mulwtAe* QSuxM^t^$*awaew<xslo4wo4ia 
lowelu (paxferaau. Qs cried because Ae was a Iwu b<d feu so ashwmea for 
hwvina cried that (^tmade Aim some vim with nis name on tAem. Qfta ohms 
mcA a cute fat baby. QsAen CStfnne ^Louise was born the next yew*. Q/Ae 
uku laid as a lilliard ball and so cute. <^*eallu aidmw sAwre ofs/voilina 

A&K. 

Q/ftwiamilu Aas alam/us been a bUafia&tofmu life, out QrdidAave manu 
aovd friends wAo influenced mu life a&eauu. ^voiaolu the lest fviend Os 
Aadin AiaA scAoolwas isuettu zstae QhnitA. G/he was a foue&iendand Q^ 
lowed Ae* a lot. 




tonneville QsuaA QfcAoolon the come* of 
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QfugA (3/cAao/at yOowwevt/le Aatds mang umd memories: ofierettdSj 
dances, 6all games, C5$g zxiaU Mieen, QftUaent CAjodg Qfeopetawu and 

Q/fuss yOowwevt/le . QsAe madrigau wi/h Q/Havcet ^Owd and mavcAtng 
with the Qflaweguees. 



Qy went alt tAwugA ofo- ^7UgA QfcAaatwitA a oog wAo woutdone dag 
oec&me tng Ausvand cmd eternal mate, zDamett Qptenn ZLong. Q/ 
wwiemAe* standing a nead tatter than zDawetttn d andy grades. Qs 
a/wags tAougAtAe was cote outwAen Ae came vacA to* scAoc/to- start owr ofo- 
(y/ewr otOfugA Q/cAoo/Ae must Aave grown a wot that summer. 




zDarvett Qftenn ZLong 
Qrte was reattg something — s&Aanasome ana neat. Qs rea/lu wanted to 
date Aim. Jre atdntmucA untU tAe s/vri/ng Aefore we graduated 'fawn QfugA 
(^ScAoot. Q/flg ArotAer Qjfimmg was iorn tAatwinter 6eJore we graduated 



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and zDarreU mas so cute wtfA Aim Qs rememAer (AdnAmo Ae would ma/cea 
aoodfalAer. 

(3sn /Ae summer after (^farnedifi Q/ found a loo- as a fotmfcUn, aM at 
iytaus Qrn and &at. C$sam ^rimmettwas the nvanciaer ana was reataood 
fame. Qs oMWKed fo& Aim every sum^ne^ a^td weeAe^ncU tuAen Qswasin 
coUaye. (Sto/so- learned tAe cocA's cA&rd and did some tsHwAf&r Aim last 
oxter zDarrelland Qswe>re married. Qs u/ced tAeJoA because Oil met so 
manuofAeoAte. 

C&ifter araauafa>n worn AiaAscAootin Q/tloyu>Of4957. Qy went to wo^rA 
f&r ittroamina C^ue/o as a Qsecretaru. 

OP aw&Aedf&r tAem avoid 6 montAs andtAen decided to ao- to iyiicAs 
tyoueaef&r tAe last two auav/ers. 




QUidcs xpoHeae , iyiexluraj QsclaAo 
^status atcolleae Qylearneda lot aoout life, a veal appreciation fo<r my 
Aarents andlrotAers and sisters. C^sAadsome real saiell roommates: zDrue 
errett, <^uene d&roum, zDarlene zloriaas and C^iltAea ^oeclenoera. Qs 



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also- AadeMoagA lieu friend to cewvince miue/fand Barrett that we were 
reallu mecml 'for eac/i other. 




<5fo it was that we were olessed with an (pter>nal Odia^riaae in me (^aano 
d&alls <£%nnfue (June 48, 4358 

Worrell ana QrsfientS days of fun In (^ettoivtfone oAfatioynal zyarA. 
(^coMaAtthe viaaest udn. dyne cnuse auide said that was afuwr way to- start 
married tile. Q/o Qrnave Seen careail never to- eaten the oiaaestusn since. 



Vur first ho<me was a oasement ctfuwtment &n (past tyroadey Qffrreetin 
(^aano (^TallSj Q^daho. Q/£ had a cute tittle sfoue and fivdae and no- other 
furniture. JPe vcuynta tittle taole and chairs set. zDarrett's momaave us 
Acs oed and chest and we were auite cowu. Qs w&r/ced fi>r a sn&rttitne cocdwna 
at iytays zDrive GPn ana @utthen went to- wovAf&r zDow, ©ler, manaaer 
of iffirc^zdway Qrinunce as a Gfeoretary. QTnisioi- lasted until our first 
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and Odin the financial fdanniny and o/ieratcna we would encounter in 
years to come. 

Q/n (^elwuvry 4959 we moved to little du/dex on G/oulA /rater. Q9t 
was leu money and com&rtcdde. Jrhuedivina diere cm C^mrd 40, 4959 our 
fcrttcAud, yftjecK/u Q/uy was oorn. Qs willnever foraetwAen (3s foot need 
Aer and reauxed she was really fiartofsne. ($sAat Q/teavity Q^utA&r nod 
entrusted Aer to Worrell and OF to raise riaAteouslu &o me could return to 
Aim. Girt was scary and Qs Anew Qs loved Aer very mucA. OdAis facial 
leelina ol yiartnerdufi witA Qfteavenly Q^atAer Q/ would feel five move times 
as eacA of our sir cAildren were oorn. 

Qzln <3se/Uemoer of 4959 we louyAt our ItnU Aome on CSdvocetin 
C&immon. Odtwas af&ayme wAite house andAadso many tAinas we could do 
to sna/ce itJustriaAt. rre /danced lawn, lilacs, ousAes, mruos, many different 
flowers andAada lovely, yard. (3rn the eleven years we lived in this Aouse 
we would fount a lot, buy new- carAet and dra/ies few front room andoAAow 
lovely we lAouaAt it was. rre had fun unisAina our lasement. QZs would fiut 
the cAildren to led and Worrell and Qs would worA eacA niaAt until 44 or 42 
o'clocA. rre Aave always liAedto do tAinas toaetAer. zDarrellis realAandy 
witAuaoina and ma/cinq tAinas. (^dontAnow ofanytAina Ae cant do and 
he was always doina sonietAina to maAe tAinas move Aomey and cond&rtalde 
few 



us. 



Qso lAis little wAite frame Aome we IrouaAtAome 5 lonely cduldren; eacA 
was lorn in tAe QsdaAo QTalA ^C. zD. Qs. A*>s/Utdl. (pacA cAildis very 
$/ie<xiu (ana (adds macA to our lasnily unit. QA/atalie Qj^ay was oorn GRfyril 
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&$ndrea Q/Caue, owr ^tittle QrrisA TpAarmer . rras /own Q/ftavcA 47, 
4964. (£/%en owrfofoA /title dauaAter ^Lovenia islae came to- us on, 
d^Uvaary 43, 4368. ®* (^uaast8, 4370 on* fat urn, Q/iMcm Q?/en*t, 
was vow*. 

G$n Q/Vowem/er of 4364 my mother aazw oirtA to- a towel fecial oowy 
sister . Q/he was named Qjlu/ie Q/ftoyrie G£$mcIwi&. Q/Cer comina has Ae/fred 
in Urenathenwta family ties wnd loves one for another. Qjulie is a 
Qwumaoloid cAi/d. (zDowns syndrome). &ne of the s/iecial dfwrils In, Aeovu&n 
who chose to come to earth with amative call a Aandicofi,. (3tnaeediAe Ao/ds 
/lands oh/A Q?od . (3/Ae wiH/e uUtA Aim for all eternity,. Qz/Aofre Gzrcan 
/vve good enoaaA to- ae wAere &Ae is forever. 

JPAi/e /ivina In, GStymmon, Qs WW various cAwrcA positions: Q/tlQifQ£$ 
cA/yrister, y/rimary TpAovister and teacAer, Q*fo- Qsunday 6cAoot co— 
coo&dinafor, cAorisler, ovaanist, Qrtom^ma/cina discussions /eader and 
y/teliel Qsociely & resident for 2 years. Qs really enjoyed worAina in* eacA 
oftAafotsittonsinlAecAwrcA. rVAere OP temjed was QdwaystA&o€stfl/a<>e lo- 
ve iervina at the lime, (^aaineda deefier testimony and Anoutleaae of oar 
Qfteoyv^n/y (^atAer's low and fdan for us in tAis lifo andtAe eternity to- 
come, (^a/so-feel Qz/Aoyue a mucA aetter uwdertlandina oftAeAowers oynd 
fvrivi/eaesoftAe i/riestAood. Q7t was a choice eafwrienoe to worA c/osetotAe 
SisAoforic and feel cAe Aeart beat ot the ward. 



Q/Hoyny /ife /onafoienas and /sited axauai/ntances were made in lAese 44 
years ofAaftfoy /ife in C^/mmon. Q/ftoyny cute, new* to- /e forgotten lAinas, 
/i/ce /a/us forst ste/i , font tnoth , unites, cry s, Joys o/ nature, new- cars, /owes 
oyndsac/cs ofaroceries, AriaAteyes o^i^imooentcAMren /earning of/ifo, a 



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cAi/d's first frrayerSj wa/cAiny far ^ranama to $tof after worAj a new- swina 
, ofwnina Caddys lancA ooa Justin case Ae left same/Ainu for lAem, a race 
around the olocAj etc. 



yne of the saddest and fwssiidu hardest experiences of my life came also 
audiue llvlna in GStfmmon. Q/fly l^rotAer ^avidwas toAen in, a traaic 
death. CSdllofouv family was dee/ily saddened, (^woaldliAe to lear 
testimony that GrAnou*- zDavidltveSj that he is doina the worA he was called 
to do- in heaven and that he can oe found in the comAany af/iro/iAets of old 
and ot lowed ones who- nave passed on. 

QsAe little white GSdmmon noose was truly a Aome. Q&& our cAMren 
AefU ~a#ouwna and Worrells interest in rauina calves amd need for land and 
animals oecame move afifiarentwe started loo/ctna for afdace to- build a 
oiayer Aome and nave room for stbcA. JVe found the /dace we tAouaAtwas 
riaAtin the fall 0*4968. Tre decided we would fast and fway and Qs would 
iAend 2 weeks with my sister iyattiin Pennsylvania and wbon return we 
would have decided. 

yiiiantneve Q^ would line to Sou a little about my first trifb east. zDarrell 
aave me a red steer calfwAicA we raised and sold to- ouy a train ticket few 
myself C&*ndrea who- was & and ^ZLowenia 8 months old. f^Perode 2 days 
and / niaAt and awrtued in ^dtsluvaA at 9:30 the next niaAt. Tre met and 
saw- a lot ol different Aeofde. CSdndveasana ^ritnary sonas to- entertain 
andmalce many new friends. GSd QyVeyro porter thouantsne was real cute, 
out when she told Aim Ais Aands were dirty C&wouldlike to Aave died. Qfle 
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3noUUj Qfleve andtAei<r sweet lami/y. rre lauqAed, cried, aaoAed, tlefitin 
and juat etucyed veiny toaetAer. Girmalad & could ao-. 

l/fion my return my Au&oand and family vecMu wo/oed aood to me. JPe 
Aad f all 'muted f eacA otAer and it was io-aoodto le toaetAev aaain. (-tsA&re i& 
notAina at uxmderlula& leiny witA youv own family. zDawell and GzllolA 
lell aood ' alout luyina me fawn, and venturiny into- ow* new dream. (3fo 
Alans toog&etoed lAi& way, 

C£dttAi& time gHwoa called to ae crleueJ Qfociety iy resident, a calliny 
tAatoMU moU fewi/yina, yetfulfulina and Aumoliny. (3rwa& truly Aafifty 
and very outy. (^really learned it was to lovefteofilej ta feel few (hem as we 
all sAould. Q/Crulan was lorn Just 3 montAs cdter allottAis looAfdace and 
Oil 'really called Awn, a oonusl&om (Ae )£o#d. 

Tre outttcowrals and a 6<vrn on, or around first ana 'it axis fin, all ofias 
wovAiny (oyelAer. yye Aauled water eacA niaAtfiom C£dmmon to- (3yayl&r 
ta water (Ae stocA. (3/Ais toon oecame a aiyiol and in tAefaUofiSGS we 
started ouildina our Acme. zDarrelt worlced so Aard. Q/Ce did all of (Ae- 
^/unwtnyj neatiny , and electrical worA after Ae Aadleen on (Aeiol all day. 
Qfus motAer , Q/tatcel really Aelfbedme a lotas we undertooA tAeiol of 
fiuintina and staintna everytAiny. oltwasfun andtirina , yetworiA alio/ 
it. Or sure afiftreciatedalloftAe Aelfi grandma ^Lonyyave me. G/Ae Aas 
oeen a real inspiration and iu/ifwrt to me all of tAe years we Aave leen 
married. Oil love Aer very mucA. 

JPe moved in on (^Aardcsyiwiny zlDay 49 — . GPtwas truly a dream 
Aouse. Q/Vow came tAe months oftryiny to malce itturnfrom a new 



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house to a warm name. ^fflthamtoseethefaiMi/edwat^ 

mar/cs and seenwngtu careless ovate at first, out soon it all starts lb- be 
/tut in its /dace as ontu a material fiossessionj far greater is tfoeiou of a 
child's nafifig giggle-, the rom/iing and /laying cf a /amity together. 

Jrnen we urst moved to the ward GSrwas made a Q/flia Q/Haid 
teacher in Q/fCQyG&*. Of was so- /lightened, out soon, learned to- love 
the girls very dearly. Q/toweverj Q/ was to- serve nere lew than a year 
at Qs wot catted to oe a tyouMSeuvr in, the Primary in CS&igustof 
4974. Qsnis has oeen a hard catling, out Q? am growing thvouaA the 
ex/wrience. Gzrhave certainty learned to- love many women and 
children Q7 may never nave H/noum. 

rre nave made many wonder/at ^ienasAi/s in this new area. Qyn the 
summer it is fun to wauc with zDarreU through, the hauueld or in the 
&ta<r light nighl to town water. Q/fs good to see the little heads boiivng 
thvougn theuelas of dandelions. QyhegirU on the horse, a famuy oi/ce 
'ride, we are atlna/i/y. 



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Qftowon Q&vndreed' etna zDcwvell Qflewn, ^Lo^va Q^iMnUu 
28 d&eUaaty 4338 d%>/t, : ®fia**e/l , <S%a#o*i, 
QyVMUj Q%atin€4ie , men oDec/vu, Q^a/a/ie, 
(Sfu&na: G&*ncwea, )£owenia, and Q/v*€6fon. 



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&$ufe MoefcA of Q/flcujcnte Qfuten, *£<ma yd/ach 




Q/Mcuxwie Q/w&n, *£o4ta Holac/o 
owv 48 oAfav^ntoe^ 4944, nt CStymmovij 
€4vn£>vMej (^oxmo>. GS$tA&me. Q/Ptu Aa&enfo ewe 
Q/lensn, ty/w€6ien&e*n ZLowa and Qfta^^l &^nieaa QfCwmuA 





Qflerwi \p. Q/taxel 

QsA&u uwve {twwclerfM omd wwwa G&*nd wev/oea 

/wwa fo Jwowiaefow O4£&fomilu. Jre all learnted me value of 
tiwmo. (^Aew Aaa a Ae/p-toiAtae^^ tyAuvcAof 

Qjfaiib tyn4^ofc£cetteK zDayu Gfalnfo. 

Q/flu famer Is the uc€niaerfcAua often owe/foe* cmd totfew. 
Q/C^utlhe^ it ^yjfoAn Win,. ^Co^va cundmo/he* Q/ttawu 
tyn&€6fen&ew fawn, ^ttlotwnwiafonj (^ofaAo. 



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Qs/u& faJc&n in, 4306. Q?/eivn i*nAevttv<z& ocwt 4909 
<xc/o: Q/%ci#thaj ipia&aj c/iaualj Urea*/ j G/evule 

Q/ea4^:(Que>n,j Q/ttctwu/ f c/i(mu J q%Jwi/ ' Qflevwij xpArtt&ie, 

(patella QsAe fwtf Iowa fatnilu. 

Q%Jwv )&ma& frare&ifo a&e; (pmcmwelcmd fylitoavelfo Q/tart 
Q/to/mes )£<ma. 

awl6> cmd ifwee 6<yu& 








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Q?^ the d/wvna of 4938 wvuAa&ewfo ocuc^aAa^celofta^dt^ 
&$mmo4t, i^jo^vnvulej ^aaAo. Qfte&e th&u vutlt a nice Aome 
tAeve €oea&ew> aA ana tAe AoaAeavew unm u&. 




W cAuaAood Aome taken, in 4999. oOuutau muAa&enfo. 








" r J 1- 




Qs attended ' cAurcA at the &^nvnwn *£. zD. (^f^Jra^d. 
QsAit the old mUlcUna. O/Aal toe a/tended 



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CSdtfended &dmmowarade &eno<U and then, utentto* 




3 i ■ 



- -i 









* "*r 'nfe~"* 




K3 W"^r 



(yumicw QfuaA In Itc&n, and then mu niaA AcAo&l yearl were 
at ttowneville Q/uaA QscAao/. Q/ aradaated Q/Hau i960 



. wammmaamsmmmatmam 




and wad mawiedthe tame year tb> c/iicnard zDennis zajioc/o 
Who- was varied in (£dmm&n and attended &e/w<d there. Qfte 
attended co/teae at oD (y/ It at z7r<yu<>>. &$nd 6ewued a 
mit&i&n. Q/ftarried / zDec. i960 <^rdaA Q^a/fa (^sein/de. 

Jretvuedin &d<mm&n a m&rl time and thennadan 
oft/uwtu>ni6u fa, move to (3fona wnere we ouitta nome and nave 
a tent acres to nave live tfoc/o there. JPe raided a f&mitu. 
JVe are 6tiUin Qwna area. JVe nave oeen there f&rever. 
c/iicnard Aas w&r/ced for cwotinevitle QfcAool district W 93 
a&aiudance co€tnoil&r J arade &eAo<d JwiwciAa/. Q/te id retired 



now. 



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JPe Aaw Aadfen c/u/avew, elaAt a#e ttuwia , we lottoiw (win, 
airto utowtn. JPmcn w&u/amaJce it fen,. 

GStftlotw c/Ulclren Awue oven, tb> the fentAte ana (aUaw 
mcwwed exceAt Q/ftcwvu cmd zxivicm. &o^ne AavefUtea 



miteuyn. 





yfticnctswl 



Q/llcuvwie 



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wtm. 



>, yfticAcwdQL)., 




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& 



^ 




I 




Q/Vlu $Ki4tclmoJfae& 
Q/Plawu yn&wu Q/Cwmu6 



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Q/tCu 



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QJ'mew QytevUcwi <mw( &$4vk ^Lo^va Qjfi&nfcyrij 4 (-yfan 4338 



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'awlon, tyliffiwd )&ma 





^aulen tyufjlo&d )£<ma 



^cvulett ^Lowa& (^<vmwu QtUa&mvu 



Qy QycvuleM, tyuffiwd )£oma wot oomi on,, (ycfoaev 29, 

SM8 aide 2.W. &. q^m/i^/^ g5^ d%afa, (MxAo. 




Q/taxel Q?le>twi 



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G/cmu tAe sixth eAila leina tAe younae&toftivo IvotAeMj lA&ee 5€Afe*& 



r, 






y 




oMa&y- Sestet ^ZJawell QMcuwne <^MitA G$m*i 
Q/ftu o/cle&t At&fo* Q/ttawu, aiea as an infant. C^uloftAe ve&ta&eia to- 
aaultAood and all Aave families oflAei* own,. 



Often* ^Lona (^atnilu Qfuwne 4999 

Q/ftyfainilu ana Gzrltveain a small cotoifowfa&le Aome my>Aa#e>nls built in 
CStfmmow,, <3raaAo>. 

C£$>mmon atas a smalltown in wAicA Gilarrew uA ana atentto scAocl, ana 
Aeve Qs Advent mu o&uAaoa (. 

($sAe memories ofmu uoatA owe now aim, out Qs rememo4r> s/ienaina a lot of 
time witA my> zz)aaas Ae avowe a scAoolvus and wovAed fo& tAe citu of 

Q£$mmon. o4tu z!Dad Aad aeve/o/bed Aiwneu disease aieaiasl lefo<re mM 
eiaA/A oi&tAawu. <3s UiUAwve many- fond memories of tAe times QssfientwilA 



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Aim. Q/ome oftAem include uwferina down, tAe dusty roads in C^dmrnon, &r 
ridina in tAe scAoollus over tAe£wtAiUs. Q/fCy dad was a, tremendous 
scooter, and as (^rlooA lac/c on my loyAood days, GirwisA my dad nod been 
iy my tide to Aelfi, me tA^ouaA my scoutina years. 

G$*S an adult scouted myself and Aavina the awndevad scoutina moments 
with my own loy. QrAave often, wisned (^couldAoyue enfoyedtAose same 
experiences witA my dad. 

Q/fty motAer was a very strona lady. Q/ti&m nod to dia doum and raised 
our family on Aer cum, witA Qfod's Aelfb, as zDadwas called Aome on 23 

yyctoAer 4356. Q/flom wovAedlvr the scAooi luncA fwoaram fir a yea* o* 
move. QfAe late* went to- wo*Afi>r a television, station, Q%QrzD- G2sr 

QrdaAo Quails, GZtdaAoj as a aim, editor, wAere sAe atould axprA until Aer 
deatA in 4373. 

&Cifi was ftsre/ty aooa 'lor me as a ocya*owina uA in C£$mmon. Q/Hy 
two sisters /ce/d me frretty well in line. rrAen (^stwrted S&onneviUe (St&aA 

QfcAool, C$$nn Aadyone to 9oq/ U. G/o that left mom and me at Aome. 

(^yotaJoA at die iiri/lsAwry Q/ftills (plevafor in (£$nvmon wAen (^was 
fifteen . Qs worked tAere until <3rwas a senior in QrUaA Q/cAoct darina tAe 
summer montAs. 

<& graduated fiom Bonneville QifflaA <9cAoolVDist.#33 J Q/flay 
4367. 



VPJU5TWOMW LOTAL 
Ti'l»ftVeCl£A.I< 




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Qveryt/dna was goina areatj OF aot intw/ved tvilh motorcycles andairlsand 
enioyed a very mucA. 

Qyhe next fall Qs enrolled at zTiiclcs vpolleae. 




crlicKS Tpolleae. 

Qishe Vietnam Trap was in fuUmUna and only two missionaries fee** ward 
uiere allowed to ao fie** yea*. ORttlhis time our wards mission auota was 
already filled. &hts made a mission seem, very far away. 

(^aotauite a wa/ce-ufr call in, late GsefUemoer of that year. ij®isho/i, 
Q/Cansen called me into- Ais office tb> call me on a mission. Q&*nothe>r ward 
in, the stalce nod a Aosition availalle. odtom was scAeaulea 'to unaerao 
suraeryfor \pancer, and Qs didnt feel li/ce Q' could leave on, a mission. 
Q/fiom told me she would not L anderao the su^e^ry tMuess Qs went ^on my 
mitotan. Qs accented the callina to- the Q^elherlands Q/Hission and went into 
the mission home on, 8 Qjfanuary 4968. Q/Hont, under wentsaraery that day 
and the ^Lord viewed as loth. Q/flom aot letter and QssAenttwo and one 
hall, wonderful years in Qfw/land. 



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CStymdfe&clwm cmd opatewoays 




Q7 came A&me from wvu mit&ion, and tvent 6<icA fa 6eno<U at ofac/a tyolteaeat 
iyieami^aj (^aaAo-. Q/oc^v auev that Q/ met a loweluaM . 



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oMvncy, Q%e/l 




}<x*<n: 23 '©dole* 4350 at 
JPe were married 43 qTuIu 4374 in, QractAo- 
<3factAo>. 



}, ittown&uule, county. 




&&tie cMUc (MM S^&'^m/Ue 



JPe set u/i nouse/cee/iinu in atir fisxU A&me in GPactAa <2^m&. Gywentfo 
wodcatfi/ie tyAaMenge tyreiztn^m fivr fiwr yeart umere (^woiweaatju&t 
aooul ewewu /wtefawi mew Aad. GzftwiM angina these foiwuecna that we 
oeaan our foinilu. @t#r u>rU two cAilclren were aam. 

Qpanae ^&ma twrn, 42 ziDecenwer 4372. Qswc* yecvrs lafer Q%ffvey )£(ma 
wot Sown, 7 Q^tcvrcA 4374. 



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Q/hortty after ^jefl^ry was oom toe moved to oar present home in Q^ona, 
Qzrdaho. 

G&ifter my four years with the tyhallenae \preamery Qs went to wor/o for 
QisdaA zl&est Q^eeds tyomAany. Qzstwas Aere; Qs worAed the nexttwelve 
years of my life. <3soon after Qs Aad started worA at QFaaA oftest, Qstacie 
^Cona our third cAi/d was oorn, them, Qst^iAenie *£ona 
was oorn. Gnat, years later tasl out not least iyiacAetle &Lona was own. 
zDurina mote early years in <^rona Q/Vancy started to worA on the school 
system and on a volunteer oasis devetoAed the ^£iArary at the Qlrona 
fytementary wAere she wor/cedfor a nantoer ofo years. Qshe eventually oro/ce 
oft from the ^Library avid started a zrre QscAoolon 




OA/ancy Qsulland Qfayle<n ^tony 

Aerown. Q/he ran lAis school for many years ift the oaAem^nt of oa^Aonie 
until she toas aote to move the school into (3fona ty/em&ntary. 

(differ wor/ciny for GydaA 3oest for a fow years, itoecame xpenex, tAen 
^Cand &P stakes, and Qs eventual^ foandntyse^manaaina the /dace. 



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QS^fe* tiw&Ainafo& the <xtmAcmu&* twelve year&j <^u>undntyAeuin 
<u6aa&eemenl with nvu low, and was fbvced to move on. GStft 

t/ii^Aointin nvu life. Or really, arew aA. Oymoveaon to a coafile of new jew 
unit/ Q/ founa (nvu&eli a letter iol at (he (^claAo QAlational tynaitwerina 
^aloratory oa a laborer. GilAave now ttfiaraaed in, nvuiol to- an 
(QauiAmenl cfiera/or um^re Qs Aave UtAAaried my family low tAe /uitf eiaAt 
years. 

&ar cAildren are doina well at thte fane in owr lives. Qjfeffana Qjfanae 
recently araciuatea (from Ulan QHate university. Qjanae will be teadUna 
QfuaA Q/cAool tynalioA this 4399 fall. QjfeffJaU aol marvied to- &araA 
Qftarlcer worn <^aaAo Quails, <3raaAo and Ae is worAina at the 
Gfer^o^. Gftacy is worAina in zDenver tyolovaao <u a secretary in 
iyieal (Qslate. G/teAAenie is Presently worAina at (SraaAo 8 Qsras a 
Q/ftaster Tpontrot (^ecAnician. iyiacAelle is enaina Aer fresAman year at 
ZAJo^vnevillej and can't wait until the nettAree years are owe*. Q/Vancy is 
slut teacAina zlrre Q/cAoolj ana <3raan iti/l worlcina attAe <3rQ/V(p)£, 
carrenuy Anown at the <^Q/V00^£. 



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wu/en and ' oAfem&u ^Lo^ta 










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€ia&me> Vwa€M 



875 




fytiaenie Vi&ain ^Cana 
fyuaenie wa& oom on Q/flwu 48 > 4883 at Q/l. KpAavte&j 
<^aaAo. G/Ae wa& me tlctuaAk* of G$$mo4 Q/Hose^ Jwatn 
a#id GfcwaA &Rmmces Q/%e#/ctew. Tpaa&nie uki& me ziwrn c/uta 
iwafatnj/uoffen,. (puaeniv nad &mo ovotsiem and tewn MAtem. 

&Ae Aaa eues otbratm andAev now wa& aa^/c bvoum 
Qme oecame wAite Aaiv eartu in life. 

Qrtev eawu cnttanood €ua& dAentin cxjeav ZCa/oe Th/lew at 
Q/t. \pAa#le&j <^faaAo &Ae attended cAutw tAeve atui dtapfea 
AcAool tvent ontu mefw&tfaw* amaet and men m^fawu/u moved 
to me lyifeev ^fna/ce i/tiife** TaHeu in the iywwhi&a and 



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Q7a/em a#ea. tytiae<me tvewv offended AcAaol txfte& (hat. QsAe 
0%/wt, JrMicwn, ZL<ma &^anulu Au&cAa&ed the fawn, newtfo 



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Tfjri/r/ren o/ n 9o/t-n J }t i//icim J-ong and ftugene u l i/rgin : 
ctfraMcu Worn : /O- /O- /9U 'SW/ 5-22- /97// 

Q^far: 




frtian ir train ^Zong 33orn : 7-2-/- 43'/ 6 i/'ter/: 

o4{ar; 
<5f/iouie: ht^wen WofJ8£P r SW ' 1987 
?<* Wanda Wuh/M& 

■f^ ^Oar/wra ioOria-n 30oeA?ne 




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o4tar. 
WT« (ff/ioase: PA//g Wavu 




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oAtur: 
dfficuse: orftarjorie QStfary (SRint 

^■tyford 'Virgin Song Worn. 6-/8-/324 2W. 

Q4(ar: 
Cy/iouse: (puaaeane Q/*orAgren 






878 



Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah, pg.192 




Christopher Merkley Christopher Amos Merkley 



Bom Dec. 18, 1808, Williamsburg, 

Dundas Co , Ontario, Canada. Came to Utah 

Oct 3, 1849, Enoch Reese Company. 

Indian War Veteran. 



Son of Christopher Merkley and Harissa 

Fairbanks. Bom Feb. 28, 1859, 17th 

Ward, Salt Lake Cily. High Councilor, 

Bishop 



John Merkley 

Son of Kelson Merkley and Sarah Jane 

Sanders. Bom Aug. 29, 1 874, Cedar Fort, 

Utah. Bishop's Counselor. Farmer and 

Apiarist 



Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah, p 1032 

MERKLEY, CHRISTOPHER (son of Jacob Merkley and Elizabeth Stata of Williamsburg, 
Dundas county, Ontario, Can). Born Dec. 18, 1808, at Williamsburg. Came to Utah Oct. 3, 
1 849, Enoch Reese company. 

Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah, p. 1033 

MERKLEY, CHRISTOPHER AMOS (son of Christopher Merkley and Karissa 

Fairbanks— married 1858, Salt Lake City, Utah). Born Feb. 28, 1859, Salt Lake City. 

Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah, p. 1033 

MERKLEY, ALVA CHRISTOPHER (son of Christopher Amos Merkley and Lydia Layette 

Allred— married May 24, 1877, St. Charles, Idaho). Born May 5, 1880, St. Charles. 

Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah, p.1052 

Married Mary Ashby March 4, 1 867, Salt Lake City (daughter of Samuel Ashby and Hannah 
Ward of Leicestershire, Eng). She was born April 1, 1852. Their children: John Richard, m Anna 
Hodson: Elizabeth Ellen, d. infant; Thomas Ward, m. Maryotte Caldwell, m. Zinnie Nichols; Mary 
Lavina, m. Charles Merkley; Samuel Ashby, m. Jane Hanson; Margaret, m Peter Harrison: 
Jeremiah Hatch, m. Pearl Karren, m. Rachel Merkley, Joseph Smith, m. Lilly Davis, William 
Ashby, m. Beatrice Howarth, m. Stella Woodruff. Family home Spanish Fork, Utah. 

Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah, p 1099 

Married Sarah Elizabeth Taylor Dec. 12, 1884, Logan, Utah (daughter of William Singleton and 
Phebe Jane Stewart of Fairview, pioneers 1860), who was born Nov. 28, 1868. Their children: 
Sarah E. b. Aug. 16, 1885, m. Brigham Adelbert Lowe; John A. b, Dec. 26, 1886, Frances E. b. 
Nov. 8, 1888, m. Ray E. Merkley; Phebe b. Aug 30, 1890; Lewis S b Dec. 4, 1891; Myron b. 
Nov. 1 1, 1894, Furn A. b. Dec. 8, 1896, A. La Varre b. June 1 1, 1899; Alice E. b. Sept. 18, 1901, 
Ralph b. Dec. 1, 1903; Rose Lee b. Feb. 7, 1906. Family home Fairview, Utah, and Wapello, 
Idaho. 

Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah, p. 1 101 

Married Mary Elizabeth Thurman (daughter of George William Thurman and Mary Margaret 

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Brown of Kentucky; latter a pioneer 1869) She was born Aug 25, 1845, died May 1, 1912, 
Vernal, Utah. Their children: Keturah b. Oct. 8, 1867, m. Nelson Merkley; Alice T. b. July 31, 
1871, m. William A. Kone; William Peter b April 3, 1873, d. infant; Jesse S. b. Feb. 13, 1875, m. 
Minnie Feuell; James O. b. May 22, 1877, m. Addie Searls; Christie L b. Aug 6, 1879, m John 
Wardle, David J. b. March 15, 1882, m. Bertha Burgess, Samuel T. b. Feb. 23, 1884, m. 
Samantha Read; Henry J. b. March 14, 1888, m. Laura Feuell, Franklin H. b. Oct. 5, 1890, d. 
infant. Family home, Cedar Fort and Vernal. 

Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah, p.1147 

Married Rachel B. Roberts July 9, 1830, in Delaware (daughter of John Roberts and Elizabeth 
Broom of Baltimore, Md). She was born Oct 1808 Their children: Annie, m Spencer 
Willbanks; Elizabeth, m. Leonard Conger; Hannah M., m. Oliver Huntington, Rachel, m. Schuyler 
Everet; Sarah Jane, m. Nelson Merkley, Ellis, m. Mary Ann Smith, Ellen, m. Joseph Cunningham 
Family resided Delaware; Nauvoo; Salt Lake City and St. George, Utah. 

Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah, p. 1224 

Married Sarah F. Merkley Sept 27, 1 875, Salt Lake City (daughter of Christopher Merkley and 
Xarissa Fairbanks of Salt Lake City, pioneers 1851, independent company). She was born May 

19, 1857, Salt Lake City. Their children: Sarah Frances b. July 22, 1876, m. James F Shirley; 
Alice Xarissa b March 31, 1879, m. Hans C. Hansen, Linda Rose b. Nov. 24, 1880, d. Aug. 6, 
1882; Mary Ann b. Oct. 10, 1882, m. Walter B. Muir, George Amos b Sept. 8, 1885, d Aug 19, 
1903, Eugenic b. March 8, 1889, Jessie b. Jan. 28, 1892, m. James Willis, Zalia Louise b. Nov. 

20, 1894, m. Augustus M. Brown; Alicia Naomi b. Feb. 6, 1897; Heber Harold b. May 31, 1899 
Family home Salem, Idaho 

Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah, p. 1230 

Married Fannie Ruston at Leak (parents lived at that place) Their children: Edwin Ruston, m. 
Louisa Thompson (Merkley), Heber George, m. Amanda Fausett, Fannie Lucretia, m. John 
Morton; Jedediah b. May 4, 1857, m Elizabeth Abplanalp, Lucy Ann, m. John Bell; Lielie, d. 
aged 4. Family resided Salt Lake City, Provo, Midway, Glenwood and Vernal, Utah. 



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CHRISTOPHER MERKLEY (1808) 






wa& 6o4w z/Jee&wwew 4808 tn 
nJawiOj wamada. Ofte wowced &n a fawn untU 4822. Q7te wa& ayn 
affiw&ntioe brioewiaJc&v from 1822 to 4825. Q/Ce was maywied tn 
Qj^eo^aoyy^u mi 828 to Qya&aA zz)ayw& wAo was oowi at ^La Tpnatej 
^cowev ^oynaaa. Qsrieu Aad owe cm/a, a &on named Q/Veuon-. 

tynrMofiriew was a m&moew of trie Q/iMriodist (pfuscofwil yp/mwcA worn 
4822 to 4825. Q/n 4837, (Qldew florin (p. c/ aae taaarit &awaA oynd 

tyAwistofiAew trie Qjosfiet oynd on ( ^yjai / u 27 j 4837 tn&u wew iwfiti&ed 
mem/pew of trie \p/mwcn of q%au6> KpAwisl 'of ^Cater- zDoyu G/atn/s /vu 

(ptaw z/ aae. tyrwistofiriew believed tn tnefi^neif/e ofaam£wina oynd 
tfoe&efo&ej Ao&n after rus conversion' rie settled ufi Acs oastness and staged 
few Qdvissowm wrue/i was men trie aatneyina mace op me QfatntS. 

Qfw rcefU a Journal oynd nas left a detaued oxdooieawafifiM of ru& fiewsona/ 
eafieri&nces. Qsus a^itootoa^afmu is a sfoina ofedccitina tales cuwat 
eatemdtna aMistance to other wrierevew and wnenever rie coatdj 
oefri^wxiina oynd coansetina with the fwofiAet fyjoAefiri Gfmith and nts 
another Qftuwuvn oynd mawu otriew cnareri leaders of trie Oau. Q/te 
endowed fiewseewtionj mot violence oynd misewuj fatfutina sewrat 
saccessfiU ctiuweti mtssi&ns iwtduaina two oaetc to wawada from 
Qd/ttMoarij movina to QsVaavoo oynd (xe<x>nwna a rnemoe^r of the 
QsVauwoo ^Leaion. Q/te endured trie low of valued ti&rses oynd waaons 



881 



and ' fyacina me miefon an eaxxlina c/mae mrvitaA C^ndian Qde^mlo^u 
and fvemtiew toumb and ianmiawafain lo me Q/au ^txuoe Vaueu. 

QyAe oto^aAn^u de6cwiAe& uantina C^nduwi&j inuldina and loAina modest 
fowtiiM£6> mwwaA vuwtoub emJew/iwi6e& nveeUna and mAZwlria an&triw unfa 
c£cwt66a (^ai^flwi^nA^ a^wl 6^ ne^ n<Mjina G/auo 

AAea/ca o/enaaaina in teweral o<xxiAalw^u alvu^iau fomeb wtcuwlvria 
fawmewj caluema^ij &/w&ma/cew, tedaieWj fyMnAAavlew ofaovab, a mwifov, a 
umewmayn, a wiww woffomafij middi&nawUj Q/filitikHiwi c/iiitew few^u-man, 
luwuwwmanj Aumwutw, cawAenlew and Aowie ouildew, faaaeWj merchant, 
cawfcxiMzAAeWj teimtenow of me otwrndami ketuteen l/laA QJewwfcwu and 
tyaMMwrUa, <uuae, oawAeWj amnn caAtai^ij land owwew and /anato^a, 
slave owmew-j antwwtyAi&t (eawu An<)J<xw<zAAe4y , Gyndian uaAleVj (we 
/c&efiWj sikiAcw (pom owpnew and oAewztcw and mmkev mill oupnew ana 
oAewalcw. 



'ne wdeweAlina account oi^/i^sloAAev^ in m& 6l<XMcaA/iAi avoal ( - > Jo^eAA 
&milA aA wllowb: 



n owe aMevwoovi aJfcew a conference at ^itwmyuj (SA/llnold 
^A^Alo/mer omu tlandina near me cs vofiAel ( ~ > jo6efiA GTmilA wAen 
a Iwowier afeftwoaeAed ^joae/m and demanded ' numeu fe&m Aim. 
Qs/ie fwofeAel vefilied lo me man'& demand Au a&Aclna Auwi uiAewe Ae 
mcwjfAtme J vofmel cadd haw anu maneu because Ae axuiuAlout 
offwidon. QyAe man iauwemed Am demand. o/Ae deAtaiad 



882 



aAAawentlg not me cs rotiAefb oat il oelonged to anotner ArotAi&r 
wAo Aad oougAd land Arom the aem&nding ArotAwr and the 
^ wo/iAet nod auaw^^ QJAie c/ roAiAel indicated to the 

immAent Aellow tAiatAie onAg Aad Aooe dollar vn> m&Aoc/cefo and was 
willing to give the man Aoar ii that would AielA Avim. QsAie man 
aeeeAted thib and the c/ re/iA^ tAwm wenA on Ada wag. WAdAe Aie woa 
waAAcing anotAier maw, aJiAi/roacAied the cs ro/iAel and adviaed that 
m& &i&ter would lilce to bee. OsAe c/ roAinel went. Q/he wa6> ueA and 
Aier Ariend Aad written to Ai&r Arom the (paU and Aad told A&r to 
retwrn Aome oAcayre and reeuAeration. Q/Ae mentioned tAUb to tAe 
c/ roAmeA and Ave awe Aver wAalsAe would realAg liAce to do. QfAve bald 
tAwU wve would of cowrae ralA^r stag uwtA tAie QAainfa oa long a& wie 
wab no Awrden. QdAie c/ roAiAel loolced down atAier and toddj 

OdAien ^tag, MAter, and Q/od view gou. With tAd& ilatementAie 
tAiradl Avis Aland into Avis IvocAcet, hulled out trie remaining AiAuer 
dollar and gave it to Aver. Qste tAen told tAe ArotAver not to let Aver 
Mvffer. tyAimsioAvAver Avad Aeen a wiAneM to all oAtAvis and wAven tAve 
*J roAvAvet left ^AuArvcg on Avid wag to Kponvnve^ce wAvieA was later 
called QsVauvoOj (^AllinoiSj Ave ^Ao/iAved at ^Cima, ^Allinoi&j wAieA 
was wAere tyAvrisAoAvAver and QfdraA Q/AlerAAeg Aad estaAAisAved 
tAeir mast recenA residence. WAviAe Aie was in ^Linta, tAe cs roAvAet 
QjeseAvA met tyAiwiAtoAm&r aivd in tAie cowrae oAAvis awcudsion witA 
tAie c/ ro/vAet tyAiwisto/vAv&r asAced Avim i&Ave would . . . taAce a AiAtAe 
moneg. O/Ave c/ ro/vAet ( ^%4eAvA todd, ace<yrding to tyAwdAtoAiAer '& 

fes ArotAv&r QdAerAcAegj G/am now on agowrneg oA 




883 



50 miAe& and (^AAvave not a dime in mufvocAcet. tyAwMofvAvev tAvem 
aave Aim a aoAd ' MyvweiaM. O/Ave z/ vofvAvet tAvcn, a<xxwdirva to 

tyAwirfofvAveWj tooAc Avim tw tAe Avand and vAeMed Avim, and mid, 
cAowotAvew Q/AtewAcAcUj man nou nevew want. C^de<xwdima to 

tyAwiAtoAAvev, tAvat/wanev on Am AeAvau axu foAfuAed and Ave nenew 



QsVine neam aAAev tyAwido/vAvev Q/Aiemdc^u awwoed in tAe &dlt ^LaAce 
TaAAcUj Ave Aveawd oA tAve tvAiaAd oA a nouna aiwi named duawMa 
QjAaiwhanAtt. cAivyiMa omm tAve daaaJvtev oA C^Amo^ (^ai&AanAa and 
Q/Atawu c/OawtA Qd , awAanAc&. Q/Ae axu tatentu neaw6> oAd udven 6ne met 
tyAvmdtotvAvew Q/AAe^AAcu and Ai^ unAe QfwraA. cAxwiMa'b motAvew Avad died 
on (Sd/vviA 7, 4843 amen (JudriMa uku onAu Aoaw and a AvatAneavb oAd. 
Q/Ae uhu uvwoioed ou (Sdmab, cfcawitta and tAwee otAvev noana cAviAdven. 
^Axwiua omm caAAed on at a vewu noana aae to oeaw mucA oA tAe AanvtAu 
harden and MmvaaAed andew diA&caAt condltionA. tyAwiAtoAAvew '& ante 
GdawzA e^ncoa^aaed tyAwtAtoAAiev totivoAoAe to cfxi^iMa and detAvte tAe 
fact tAvat Ave oku tAvMu newM Aver benicw; Ave a<xe/vted &awaA'& 
evi<x)avaa&menl and did awe ww (zAavitta'b Avand. c/OecauAe tvolyaamn 
ukm ivractieed ou nvann menvoe^ of tAve ^zA)Q7JpAva^eA it did not seem 
at aU ewfoa&ttdinawu Aw cfxjvmua to ^eeetue tyAwiAioAAvev' & ivwo/vo&aA 
^e^iotviAu. <3uiwi66a and tyAwi&toAAvew axwe mawied in tAve oAuee op 
xJ veaident iJdwtfAvani (Jdoana on (ylavvaawu 47 j 4858 . (^AxwiMa came 
Avome to tyAwirfo/vAvew 's Aoa6e and made a AaU and Acna Aadtina AiUenddviA 



884 



wit/v (-dawadv. Q/n Q/awarVj caxm^uz fawnd the Auwwxfode momew advonv 
&/ve rvad lounged fiw tuvvce wve nod lost new oupn mother. 

QyVo a^ecvte^ e/vttcdvn fo& ty/vrutofvAev Q/Plemdeu could he written tncvn 
live tadl AawatwaAk i& nc& o^utrndo^odv/vu: 



G/cwn now- dwovwina neow t/ve aae op trie yellow leaf, aetata 73 
yeovm old, live eianteentn of^etwnoew. (^/noyoe nine <dvMwe?Vj 
twe^vtu-two a^<inuenudwen oynd sia; aweal-awawdeAildwen. Qs cvsn 
still node cvnd neowtuj cvnd do notodw4s> ovnu youvva snovn to wallc 
IvaUsne on t/ve <dweet. Qs nave filled eiald 'sni&dewtA and oszdvtitoed 
eiaAtu-five Aer&onb. Qs nwoe cmo temped on Aevwal C^ndiavv 
<xi^nAcua^u witlv snu cowiAawu opmMuvtenven. Qs nave alwaydlvaid 
nvy tiuvina frowv tne daya Gswoa In QsVauwoo. W/vesv tlve Odesnfvle 
In QyVauAxto wa& oeausVj sny team wa& the ftwdto wwdc naulina the 
eawtfo fwm live osxAenvent. OQlnd now (Qsasn walwvina the evesvfy 
twun^dvirirva In tne&e laUdaya oynd uuf&ume^ofartU'imdfa 
oynd off live wowA of me (^favdw, Q9m wewad tne lvvoliJveeie& of tlve 
cs wedv/vet (-yjoAeAn Qdnutlv. Qy/voAe to lioe tbee tne end of the 
tiweaewtwddj oynd weaemJvtiosv of cAdon. 



Qj^^osn live cowvmenfo In live (pawly ^[d)(^Q/flesnoer^/vilv data: /. 
ty/wufoAnew aemted a mtMion to tyawada fwosn 18UI to 18 U3. 2. Qst^ 
auo tewed a nvmiosv to Odtasnooll &&m 1833 to 1840. ^onvnvent^: 



885 



if 24. Q/n 4 850 j tymmfo/iAew nad a /w4UeAoldof9 oynd a veal weauh of 
$800. 2. G/n 4 870 j ne nad a nmiAenatd of 9 , a wea/ weaufo of $3000, 
oynd a /v&ra&ncd mea/m o/$4000. tyo^nm&nfo: rr 34. ty/wMofiAev came la 
luaAj &cfohew 3 j 48^9 tolm me (pno<A c/vee6e tyo^mAawu. 2. Qste wa6 
a mtMt&ncww elaAttlme&. 3. ^nrulofdve^ aMuled vn oai/dlna me 
QsVcw'iMW'j Q/au ^caAej oynd ^Coaa'n Qde4n/de&. 4. Qduz wa& a / ipetewa<n 
of me (^nofloyn Wow. 

ty/wufofiAev odte^doceu died ow, lAe 2f of Q/flau 4893 In QTcdt ^ca/ce 
Tplfyj vuaA. 




(3/aym zDennlb ^Lxyna; the dale i& GTeA 49, 2000. 
'^yM&wci&u woa mw QjjQjj ^vamdialfoew oynd Qs 
name cofuedj oynd edited mi& rmlowu from me o^lalncU teal, QsAe 
>wawafdvu of &$lva, (^fiuwum Odter/de^ In AoueMlow o/lAe 
le^nealoatca/ ^Za/wowu In Q/au ^LaJce Kpltu. 



886 



(^vwrweti 






(awdoJwew Q/ftla4wi^^ 



887 





(Frances sterna 
s <wn 40 wclbAev 4944 Srleodaraj Q/fladiAanj offdaAo. 
Q7 , wmce6> wa& tAe u^rU own of the 6eeond faamvu ol QjoAn 
JPuliam )£&na. Qftev mo/foe** umm (paaenie Vwavn, tecond 
toife of^IbAn William )£&na. JPh&m Ae marmed after 
Q/fla^u tyA&i&tensen )£ana& aeatA tAe 45 &^ri/4943. 
(paaenie umza 20 yean woit<naev thaw, Q%An. fytuzenie waAf&om 
tAe * neiaA/xwina fawtu me Vwaivu wAo auo came wowi tydeav 
)£aAe yaUey>. G/Ae Aad netted toitA me cAildren atid cAovet 
mat 6wmmev. G/Ae wa& in the maiden uxiu and Q%An needed 
a AeCfwnate and &t f eltlAi& would aive new a name and a 
fatni/u. G/o Q%An and Aev ia/Aev fowdu a^ramued it and sAe 
wa& not real Aa/i/vu £o& vewu tana. 



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fytiae<nie> and q%Jwi &Lo4va 



(5/alt ^LaKe O/emfi/e. 



&™rance& Aarenfo we&e Q/flar^ied 49 Q/V<yue>m6e<9i 4943. 




Q/fta&tha at/ G$wmce& ana (pllen, fa/cen in Q/fiau 4945 at 
a&atuwUwn lime. Qfaeance&te 6 fno^tma^t^lhesea^^ QjoAns 



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daua/Uer& c/tAe$^femilu there were Mac cAudren, atn&mej at 

that time. 

^X^aj/o^w^^^a^^^ time with Q/flartha. Qfawm c/Ue/c^ 

&$caaeme (p/leti araauated fvowv 8tharaae JraMumafon, 

araae 6eAoc/. 

(^rance&wa& fyaaen#6rfwtfo<i6y. <^Aeo/ae6tofu^uecAuaren. 

G/he Aaafbur wrothert wAo> wereaiweri the miaale name ot 

theiw mother bmaiaen name Vtratrij &£<wia. JVmcAtA 

traaifamalifoite Aaam&re than one wife. ^6Aeeia/lu the male 

cAuaren. 




are: 






(pvam, nwjfin, OMa^A rt&ant ^wx^^wain, 




<&k 



T wm<x6 



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. & , va&ice&- avew aA in, i^leaMMia. Qme attended WaAniwafon amide&cAoc/ 
omd a*adua£ed eiaJUh araae with Alan abodes MsaAAwuifon, z/aouc G/choc/ 

'Sfleahivp, oFdaAv Q/he attended cAu&cn nt iyiexon^a Jwardcma 
wa& oafitiioedtn, the ccwiattn, QWow&maep ofAev eigAtti yea** 
4922 




Qy / va#ice6> 



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<$facmce& zDaddled 34 Q/HarcA 4927 of&fonvacA ccmcev Ae 
umu ve^u tit (lew aooul 'bio; /ncmJAt. Q/Ae familu Aad oeeo<me cut 
umctiowal and Aev motAew ^aaenie fell uAe Q/Ae umx& leftwitA 
a Aeatm movfaaae. Q&*nd a/l Ae& awefo mat Q%An Aad fated l<> 
fttcfiw tfaef&milu &Ae lott. GsAe vcuaAtAe* a Q/ftodel QJ Q&twd 
and me and Aev &iench went Id- (Sfalt &CaAe ypitu <wi a 
Q/toudau. qJuaI aoa^vdo^ned Aw fwelitueAich. ^Left tA&m to> 
fevvafoti tAem6elve&. &f f wznce& wa6 tAfale&n cmd {pvatt taas 44, 
Q/ftarA mat 9j and^yantwoA 7, and ty/ufiwd ' uta&iu&t 
almost 3. JPAen QjfoAn died. 

QSduce tAe to&fev cffyaaene't (tAe Qfians QTvansen (^amdu). 
)£iwed ookom tAe wxxdwrut ' meu fated ta AeiA lAem tAeu taoA 
Qfawncet ta dtau and tAe &<yu6> were Aome a/one. Q/Ae 
electricity wa& 6<xm linwedoffandlAeu Aad id- ase cand/e& and 
lAen tAe taae& weve notfiaid&o 6oon it all was acme and tAe 6&y& 



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utere tcdcen in, au^encls and neiaAiKW as utell as familu 
memaers. Where theu wor/ced £>r 6c<x&d and worn. 
Qwances ^yio<^nnvates. 





(Frances attended zlrUc/cs &$eademu and then entered Q/Ae 

at&rdaAo Qfax/tsj 




QydaAa and a^aua^iUed ^c^n it. (Frances scored the AiaAeU in 
the state ofQydaAa <Mt rwr ivnal exams and state aoard. 



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yfra& va/edicfowicwi cfAev claw? &^ra^ces aucwm toUdAaia 
mueA &Ae veallu laved ntw&wia. (5/Ae laved it cmd it oeccvme a 
main, aIcvu in Aer life. 

Q^iw&ina tylateo^^.zD.&. oA/twtowa G/cAaal 

C&u &UaAa Q^all^j QFaaAa. Q^wnce^ oat aial al lAe 

Jelewwi, QftoA/Utalin c%jai&e QfaaAa. 

Q/Ae Aad tylufavd came fo clOaite <vnd &Ae Ae/fred Aim aet aiaa 
tAere. Qfircmort mat a 4emKee-arie<nJed Aev&ow, awa wie nuaau^ 
AelAed fieo/we. (^"wmces laved Ae<p arotAer^ and AelAed lAem 
toA&n, &Ae could. 




Qfawncet ^Cana 

Qfteve 6ne una zrlubu Ae<* /va^-utfew, a&e maZ/citta <m the duwe o^rJewwui. 





894 



QJfacdct&n,, rruowUna. GS&aa* do/i <m <5sefon, z?ate. <2sAe<u wetttaUth their 6€6fe* 
<&<zmiluj iphrcMee <x^vd Qfw/ntes Jrewve* ta the &L<ma i^ieunto^t. 




TpApctaie it Q7tolme& rreatter G7'imnce& n ^Loiu&e <m Gset&ttAciM UcAAed lo* aa& and (he vieia. 
iyiuvy td/ci^ta yricta0e&. \pn&€6Ue wi/h Qrfletva, zzJuvid €ma Q/fla&ie in, me ca& with, 
Qftatme&. 





Qfircmcet wor/cea ' <z& a tuw&e umeve &ne met <vnd married Tplude 
QfuMMAfyaMew on, MQjwne 4938 tyvuae cleveloAed ort/tAu^ta 
a^mrtHs cmd Aa66ed tuanu. QsA&u, nod one cAua. 





oTu/ie tectwniria to walfc ^jo/ie utith nw i/ieciat tou 



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P. Jo' JtWP 4ft 



"ya 



S" 



oJuue at 4 3 496 '6 




^jaUe at2ff 4969 



Qfiwrncet maawiedaacUw to 

QsA&u Aad <me c/uld named iyattu Q/fla^iAu. 



QMinfiAu . 






49S6 



&a4torf(urfA4969 



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Uncle ^vayntteUb about Qfaayncet andAev awlb coining, wont, 
zDenvw in tAe aeaaoftAe niaAtin tAeiv niaAtclotAe$> to Ai& 
Aome. (^n&o^^oflAeavi^^ofQ/tiK. Q/fuivfiAu a&wl ofaant 
ana Q/ftaraie AemeaAer ao- me could aa to- G/eattle fofriewck to 
aetaioA. (5/Ae aw&pcea Q/%urfi^^ 

QsAeu lived in G7elmaj <ZLo4 &^naeleAj tya/ifbmtia. 
G/Ae Q/ve^ea G&*unt $yueAu and vidited Aev anavnanu olAer 
familu memoes wAen 6ne wa& wAere mew mere. 

G/Ae €oa& a nurte aurina Jro^la Trap 2 

G/Ae alio- nur&ea at Aeveval Jetevant OrUM/Utah fbv many 
yeart 

d^«««^i^(Mw^& Jrilae* 

Qyveml folk a& toAen (Sfawwceb found mal m^Aaaao^ain 
tamo* me flew to- ^Llncolnj Q^raaAo to ta/A wltn Aim (weulitme 
w€t& agamU Aurge^u fov me G^elt L it would nol Aelfi, mucA. 



G/n 4974 Q^roynces undev wento^ain suwzeru and nod 
vetumed Aome and upo& veea/wvating . JrAen a ca/^ae 
ea&lAauaAe AitlAeiv area. QsAeairte were at 'tcAool and wAen 
tA&u found tAei& motAeVj tAe dvettep drawer AadAitAer &n tAe 
Aead <G/Ae AaMed awau. Q/ttag 22, 4374. 



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In Memory of 

FRANCES J. WILDER 

Born 

Oct 10, 1914, Rexburg, Idaho 

Paused Away 

May 22, 1971, North Hollywood, Calif. 

Services 

Tuesday, May 25, 3:00 p.m. 
Sylmar Ward Chapel 

Officiating 

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Salnte 

Conducting Bishop Edwin Sundquist 

Organist Norma Wheeler 

Selection "Not Now But In The Coming Years" - Sharon Christensen 

Invocation James McGrath 

Eulogy Bishop Edwin Sundquist 

Speaker Albert J. Meyer 

Speaker Bishop Robert E. Keysor 

Selection "0 My Father" 

Benediction Dan R. Lawrence 

Intermeni 

Private 

Directors 

Romer P. Bell 

Pierce Brothers Valhalla Mortuary 



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m 






H& 







Qwp&« 







*tW| >£^ 



©2004 Melba ands Darrell Empey 



899 




Evan and Wanda Long 



©2004 Melba ands Darrell Empey 



900 



^srasi;::^-.:^ 







©2004 Melba ands Darrell Empey 



901 








©2004 Melba ands Darrell Empey 



902 




Evan and Barbra Long 



©2004 Melba ands Darrell Empey 



903 





OW4WCWI 



904 




Q/fla&K Twain, ^to^vaj 

3®owi: 22 QMyvem&ev 4948 3rieoD64Mta J Q/naditoWj G$claAo>. 
QTU&frcwenfo tue&e qJoAm, Tri/Ucwn* )£<ma ana fytMwrUe 

Twain. Qfte mat me tikwd cAild oynd tecottd &&n of the tecvna 
wife ofQjpoAfv JPuluim )£<ma. 




ttae&Ue Twain 




QjbJvn, TPtUiant )£&na 



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905 



Qfttefamew Aada wwicn, nwtfo weU of *yteaw€wa and a A&me 

Ofte attended the clH^amwa TPavd awd tva6 vaAtuced 2 qJu/u 
4927 ' vn tne carnal. Ofte offended AcAaal at 
WuAwiafon iTuvuc QfcAoc/oit main, street. 



*w 




,o*~ 



[m : 



in t 






Sffli" ■■:■!] 



» ' i I . Hs 



. > -K 



^mm^j 



*' : !-* 



firadAtnafon tcAoo/ attended to eioAtA arade. 



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W$o*m; 27 Q^(ay 1923. 

Q/tev Aawnfo a#e &nwmce& ZLeona csiou&e a4tdc£a#wu 
<3Ho<ZMzDa<V€& <w(^awi(i&o^.Q7tev/ui^^ 
iyoccUeUo, yOcwwwcKj Qr<iaAo>. Jynen, me toot &mau. O/Aere 
me attended Aev <M«zae AeAocl yecwa. i^jettu ovaauaied&&m the 
o 00000, Qwi 1930 meiavni/u moved fo Q/Pimck&Uj ipu&tiePj 
C&cuxAo*. QsAere me cowiAlete Q/uaA G/cAool. Qftwfajfaep Aacl 
a tyonfimenfoU oil dea/e^AiA a/na wiiut/ie Q/Hoaewi, Kpa/wnA 
cmaittoaA the on/u /uMaofAevwiee in me a&ea, between, 
uzcKfoot €wwl Q/flac/ce'u lav yean. 



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907 



ettu Aa& one (^fi&te* Qy&ct *£eona zDavit Owe married 
Srlaw/ie (pc/eb /atev wot divorced. Qwit then wa& mawiedto 
Q/teith Q7iec/(>man. 



Q2rn 4944 CAjettu decided to* attend <3rdaAo QHate UnivcrAitu 
at &ocafetl(> there &ne graduated and darina Aer scAoo/ina 

Jrorld War 44 umm delated. 

JPAile attending, Q^.Q/. U me met a tall aarA Aa4td&&me feltoup 
aritfo a winning unite tnt the name ofQ/flarA Twain 
^Cong.&om yfte&utworj Q/fladi&onj &rdaAo. QsAeu ofcoarte 
felt in tove and mere marvied. 



w wm 




29 QsMay, 4943. QS& Q^LcAef, gutter, Q?daA»6y ^idtf, 
QftalvcrAon. 



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QsAeu Aadafcwm oat on ZAJartan Qrlald near Q/fvacAe^u. 
QsAe Aad livedtacA and farmed tAerefor 2 or 3 yeard darina 
lhi& Ume lAere ffrrdt oorn arrived a don, wAom meu named 
cZamwu Qfrant otxmaj Qfte wad oorn at the Qrtod/uJalin 
c/ocatello 49 Q/ftau 4944. QsAeu lefttAefawm and lived in 
Q/HacAeu a dAeil and tAen lived at^denj C&aaAo Where 
Q/ftarA worAedad an irrigator on tAe ^ordon &^arm. 
zDarina that time ^Lorna QToilwad oorn 34 &ctooer 4945. 
QsAina were Aard darina tAewaryeard. Q/flarAed worAed f&r 
tAe f&redt dervice ana we went to- Motor to wovAfor the 
^jaa/eys for a lime. (^sAen aw, o/tflovlavUtu came and we were 
av/efootmanacmoflandintAe tyAuoAaeA area and vuilt a 
nice little Acme and Acre we Aave remained tAe redtofoar lived. 
Q/ftarA wctdcedf&r the &$. <p. Ip. Until Aid death on ff 
^ecemAer 4974. 

Ounce movina to ^ocatello area we were 6/edded ou a don 
q^otm 2 &y/wil4949. Q/Aen anotAer little daaaAterwe 
named zCinaa 30 Q/flarcA 4950. JPe endowed oeina in oar 
own Aome and oar familu. Q/ftarA laved Aorded and over 
tAe yeard we accoutred yHwudlerea G$$me^ Qladdleored 
^alotnino. (StAowed lAem at QrdaAo Qslale Q^air ando/Aer 
eventd. Q*sAe children dame leaned to care anddAow lAem. 
^Later we ado/Ued a va/vu (Indian airl we named 



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i£#*W £)%€m sterna. QsAcU ^com/Uefed owv fewruvu. 




oLarwUj *£owvaj QTawUj zti^vda ^Zxwia 

zxjet&u wmcwnA itt Aw Aowie. QTm wAuo/hacA cmaAaA ccwe£w 
AwuMni/u and Aw awmd AlcL cmcltA&u a&e: 



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f o> 




'owu 




w Ai& fuwtahwnAe&j iydoynnep, at the &na/ce zsivuew Va/leu 
Q/uwte G/fraw- in <ttlamcio<>t Qjulu40-4b. QsAe uxw-cuvu 
event i& owe of me ta^aest aU-o^eed maw& in the iwtermo€e>ntain 

West, {3rott 3rleg€6fev newtfrafieiy. 

)£cwwvu is me 4&n ofQ/tuz#K V. oynd cXJettu zzJoyvte &£<ma> of 

tyAuvwieKj iffiaAvnoe/bj Q^aaAo. 

Q70WU oUeaof&totnacA comce*. Qjawuawu 4997. Q/te is wwiea 
inme ty/uuw4icA> tyemetewu 



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Q?wwit Twain, Z&ma 
omi 42 Qjaynuawu 4924 at clH^amwa, Q/ftacUtoMtj (^claAa. 





19 



fyaaeme Twain, and ^loAn William ^£<ma 
tpuffesnie Twyin wa& (Ae teeowclioile o^QjoAn v/W Sona. 



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QfCe marked f her 4£r oA/owenwe^ 4943 in me Gsa/t&caKe 
QsemAle. 

C2/ne €ua& macA / uo4Mtaev than Q%An wa& una mere waa a 
vea€lM-maae familu of eleven TpAMren. Q&ive ofumo awe 
&6M at ~Ao<me and in AcAocl. &he AczdAemeawim me A&me ana 
cniCaren aU&i&mme* ctftev Q/ftawu cUed. (Quaenie uku a aim 
that lived aoum me voadatthe neiaAtKwwia fawn* wAo mere 
fviend &> of QjoAn ujAo aMo- came t<> yH^awara fmrnh Hoea* 
&La/ce Ta/leu O/aum ofOft. TpAawet. Where tyaaenie wa& 
vcwn. 

(ptiae^&faz&enfoawpe G&*mo& Q/flo4e5> Twain* and ofaraA 
Q&rance& Q/fverKleu Twain. 







&$mo& Q/tfto6e& Twain 
zioowt Qjbmuaiw 23, 4854 at Q/Hav&fonj 
fynaland Kpame to* utan, 4859. QfiMfamilu came ute&tuHth 
Q/uwfon zD. QTiaiaAt tyomAanu. Where th&u settle in Gw. 
ipAawet y«jeap ^LaAe, <^daAo. QsAen in 4905 mowed to 
yH#a&ara>j Q/WaatA&n, C^rdano. 



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$m^& father f^jbJm Win,. )£<ma toot 6<wn, vn, Kyaclen,, 
9^*, HltaA. 45 ^dM* 4862. Q^d/t^nthuycu^^t 
/octnMtafom z%jea& ^La/cej (^olaAa. Q%fm'&/wwe>nfo owe 

61 












ofrcmt Twain, tylujflwcl Twain, ^ixma 



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Q/cAool. Qnt clrieoouuraj Q/Hacutowij (^aoAo. QsAi&€oa6lfoe 
new AeAool it a*a& located closer to- tAem tfocm tAe eta 
waAAinafon scAoo/umlcA Ae attended in tAe / and o araaes. 



■-'.'*■ 



Kiiiwrr f§§i 






J^asAinalan G/cAoc/ 

Qsimes awe Acwd and me tamilu tvas nvtawmcina out, 
tyttaesniej Ai& motAev aianotu/ce the tiefaJularen anaitmade a 
vewu fowina sitticUi&n, £w them and ^JoAn. 
ofaanfo fame* moved fiwm c£e€U€&uutej QraaAo to> yfte&ouva 
in 4906 'and tuweAased a fawn n&vth and uteU W iyieami^a it 
Aada scawwlAoade ouutuntA a 6€vmmev AitcAen on the oacA 
cmdcuev a diteA. QjfbAn Aada 40 acres fawn awdatitotAe* 
fueee of 30 acres of/uisltivelandatvdoumeatAe foiana/e wAeve 
tAe stocAua^as owe located toaau. qToAm, alio- /uwcAased a lot 



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cwidA&me <m (padt Gfeetmd Q/Vcwm &weett<n, toum &o the 
cAwcvren, could ve there £>r AcAoo/tn the winter. 



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QjfbJmfi^aHfe Q/Hary died in 4943 and left a family of 
eleven, cAilaren. Qfove slill al Aorne. 

TprfeUaj Tplaraj and $y earl were ntarriedand (5/eville upadiust 
married and sent Aer A^dslnxrul ^Lorenxo on a mission. Q/Ae 
remained al Aorne lo Aelfi \lAe family, z/ioyal went info me 
service, auo did some A^rn^sleauina. QsAatleft Q/Harma, 
TpArissiej Tpllensj i/iuAy and Q/lenn wAo mere me younaer 
cAildren at Aorne wAen QjpoAn married fyttyenie Twain,. 
O/Aen fyuyenie cAilaren were added five more; mucA was 
eafoeledoftyuyenie. <3/Ae wa& very, yourva. Q/Aewasnol 
Aa/tAyf 

<3rn 4945 Q/flarlAa graduated 'worn, Z/licAs &$c€wlemy 
and IpUen, aradaated worn eiamharade and (Frances was one 
year old. 

Q/ttacA lave a/nd affection wereavuen la me new- ouoies as 
lAey arrived unlit tytiaenie oecame very onery avoid minus. 
QsAere were many cAores lb> ve done vefare and after scAool. 
0%An was watermasler and dfanl sometime as constaole of 
crieoooura. QsAe older aims allworlcedin me field and me 
Aorne. Qrtwas oy 4948 allot me fwst family memoers were 
aone worn tAe Aorne. (puyenie was left wilA all me worA and Aer 
cAilaren. 



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oJ^£zmilu me<m6<e>M atAowie wAen, Q/ftcwy, cued. 





yHxwa/^towa 4945 Q/flavffoaj (puen cmd Qfiwrncet )£<ma 





vp/wtt&ie ^Cona 45 



(puettj Qyletvn and iyiuau &Uma 



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ipaaeme 6>fvue c/ulclrett ioA&m q%Aai died. 




QsAte toot fa/wn, in 4927 me yea^ mewfamev died. 
0%wn, wiUiam *£<ma died 34 Q/vta&cA 4927 ofriewiacn 
ccmcev. OrCe wa& illfw cdoutiix monms. 




qJcJwi T44/li<iMV ^Lxma 



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^r<x^ie//^ofAev^9^ln4^aen/^ in Ai& life mat left a la&tma 
wnAressi&n. 

Tynan, Qs ufus a smalt oou one dau at me ratun mw father and 
others mere tendina to* line n&rse& andmu curiosity ujusareat Or 
nadleen cautioned many fanes not Id- rutt oenindme horses out 
for an instant Qs forgot nty thoiiyhl umis to see oetter. Qs / ran 
atiic/clu oenindthe horses and the horse kick and it caaanl me 
on theiaw> andreallu orolce itaood. Qmwus a tremendous 
alow tb> me. Qs 6€(ffered mucn; itlooA manu repairs to hut my 
face oucA touemer. Q/hey unwed myiaup toaetnew a^td tooH> out a 
tooth or two 6o> Qs could oe fed with a tube. Q/fly mother could 
notta/ce care ofme. Qfo my zDads sister &$melia ZLona 
QshovnocK (offedioviately known as &$unt Q/ftillieJ 

Tparedfor me lovi^va/y. Jwthoutner wcM and fonder lovtnu 
care Qs do not thinK Qs would nave made it. 




GStfmelia (pllen )£ona Q^hownocJc 



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W mode of6m<n6/uwfafam wa& the wtaau o& waaon. 

C^A#eciou6> Q/ttoment. Q/Hu dadwaa a wate* mooter and 
canal vide* ana Ae wa&aotna one daw and Qs wanted to ao. 

QfCeAaid Q/Vo. Qy &lavled vuMwina aue* Aim down the &ide 
wa/AjaAl a oaiaUna and fiteadina, Qfte sto/iAed told mu mem 
ne would taAce me and AiU me in me ouacm. ^AwAatio^uitwas 
to *ide ateae mu> zz)ad. Jre vode atona me canal titlwecame 
to me O/eton \pitu Q/tte&cawtue mu dad went in ana soon had 
velaiwedwitA a nice oua offeefifa&mint candy, wAicA heaave 
to me. Qyhatwa^ mu aAecial fweciout motnentwitA mu zDadj 
wAicA weve few. Qy wa& Aetna fov a dau. 

Q/vantt zDack deatA wa& vecttlu me ultimate v/out> ota 
familu tife not womctna well. 
Q/Pwm&me* tyuaeniefeuliA&mewo&outofo^^ 
wanted to be wee 6he Aboddone all me could OOj all Abe* aMets 



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and f 6oua/d Aev a Q/ftodet ' QJ Qs'ord and sAe and Aw friends 
went fa Qfalt^ta/ce Tpi£u on a AauaaUj sAajmt aoattdaned Aev 
five cAildven. ^teftmem fafendfo* tAemselves. QsAe Q/Can^ 
Qstamen lamilu tried fa Aem tAem. Qsvansens livedacross tAe 
sfoeettAeu were tAeir Q&umtand Uncle, tAeiv motAers sister. 
Qs\ances daued witA me Qsiansens and tAe 4 6<yus stayed- at 
Aome a/owe and soon touna 'tAe liantoiu was notAaidso me 
electricity was fawn, OMondtAey Aadfa use candles. QsAe taxes 
were notAaidsoon eve^rytAina wasaone. 

^twas a o/essina tAatsammev was cevntna. QsAe ooys fried 
fa stay in seAocl. QsAey could survive witA out cctd weatAer. 
Q/oon tAey eacA were farmed out fa someone wAo could ta/ce 
mem- fa Aem at mew Aomes for room ana oxwrd. Q/iiacAwas 
eafiected and worA was me wafaAword. (oS$s &&utAorAere 
Of want fa cotnmenamete cAildren few oeina valiantana 
couwxaeous agamU many oddsj Qst was a nvarriaae of 
convince IcMtaofdeciaedvetuteen Aer father and ^jpoAn. 

QsAe marriaae really sAoutd Aave not occurred lot il odd 
and we areatadtAey are aAartottAts Aeritaae and after 
K^toudna mem we love tAenv and ' A<n&w tAat it was Qjodswillfa 
orina aoouttAtifainilus stay on eartAJ 



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Qfrant fwU went fo> riau at me Q/tuAnvntomtr home. &uen / ucu 
heav tyiiff&pa tovUj (pvan tuaA vo^n Qfwwm aA Ae could do 
anuiAina. 

ofaant tvent ~to> Qsefon yftjafan, lb> live twin, Q4tarlAa and 
tyluaA 0/(m/c6> and Qfte atoo wcmcedfo&lAe tffiaal&ut. Q/te 
wa& jwowtded a mee/i caMtAfow tammew and an attic vocwifow 
the ttrinle* months. QfCe attended cAarcA at the Jictow JPara 
and rtctov QfuaA &cAoot ajAere Ae attended tAe fvetAman 
and Ao/iA&move / uea?&. 





Tietd^ QrUgA QfcAoot 



Jtctev WardtyAu#cA 



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Q/fla&t&a cmdfp/uaA C$s<vnA& $wvnt rwavn, )&vna aoctitiG 



JPartd JPar 2 wa& Aeatma kA and &wz^ uwti/d teen ve old 
enouaA to Join the Q/VoimUj arnica Ae did. QyAe 6€wfrri&e attacA 
at iyearl Q/Caroar. ^OroiiaAt aMianMvent in, me iyaciue. 

Q^ar vootcainA Qyvantatas aMianed to [^eslrouer Q/cAocl 
in, <5/an zDieao Q/Vaval ijOa6e. (^iniaAed Ait trainina there 
teu than, a year. Qfte came name an, a undou^ and (vent to> 
eat at the tocal QTiatnveraer Q/VicAle Qwvn with Ai& wrolAer 

tytiu&rdand zslea; QrtanAen, and there Ae &atv> tAeairlofAi& 
dreetM<meoftAewaifyeten*ime^ Qwint W ^Hiao^Uj 



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(^oaAoj wAo> €oa& tvcv/cina a Aecowdiov- in the evewina. Qywmt 
vultea tuith Aer cmdthen, oxUeaAeVj it mat not Iowa oefiwe theu 
we&e mamieatheu too/o a trifr to* zz)illo4Vj iffievewAeaolj 
Q/vumfoma, QsAeve theu tve&e mcwwied 27 qJmvu 4944, cmaAe 
6o<m Aaata vetuwn to tva&. ^Ceawina Q/Ha&iome uMzitinatow 
that Q/ailo& to* vetUwt wevew /cwowiwaj uxiMinaicw a tetter > the 
Iowa Aadtowelu awm oft 



war. 




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CA-39 USS San Francisco relurna to Pearl H«t»f 4 D*c*mber 15 




Qfaanl returned fo oa&e and wa& aMiatted fo< <vn (8)/wrali(m6> 
Qfteawu \p voider me It. (^fQz&an Q^xc^nctdco and 6aw da&u 
ow mid towna &AiA fw me dorctfawi. Qfte &aw> cowuhxI a/l <yue& me 
pacific. Qfwml Aad eaxxfrfamal ac<>d eyediaAt Ae Aad 
£tie&eo6co/Uc viatcii and wad addianed fo man me via leledcoAe 
called me z/ianae Q^inaeVj wAicA mad calilwaled £w all 
acUvltied. ( $yiadap focA dd /dace eventaalluj 
&M, &ne ducA Aidforie oatue. Qpvantd dAiA wad enaaaed an me 
coadl W (^uwaema me viaaand Aaa oeen /wi^tndina me idland 
all ntaAt and me &$dmi&aladA Aim fofvndtAe Q/Harlne 
a&oufr wAo> were id- fcdee Q/ftt. GfarilacAi andvaide me 
&$meriean uaa <m foA. <2^W me/wedd. 



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QfCescua mrcuaA me via telescoAe <wi me guns me memua/Uina 
meir utau uA final moun/diw and Juanted mat $&& po* all me 
awwafo see. QAfotmacA was menli&ned aocat me men, wnaaot 
meiaO' a&ne id- raise mefflaa, mew had been /UUeaau sni^Aer 
fire. Jrnen actum came mere was me reality of it all. Qsheoia 
aunt nod /wunaed me sA&re ana mere in me oau were uoaies 
and red with llooa. 

&$nafothrtaau $rant still has me feetina tnat he was feart 
OfAomelfoina mat was A&rrio/u wwwia. 

G7o> manu ofou&familu served aarina mis howriv/e too* ana 
encountered and enaared mucAf&r oar country anafreea&m 
and ate A&n&r mem. QJn&u maae a auference. 



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Qfveve theflaa wa& AvouMu unfumed at me &ivm>mtt W Q/ftt. 
(ifu&iAacAi. Qm tiMM a mowina moment i#i AiAfom fw aM ivAa &aw it. 

<£ffew it Qwwu^ <§?u*€^ (Sfcwa&tAe AiaAeU ytoint <m 




me tMand and ewt, imft&ifavita^eme/wte/Mmj itwat ca/Uu&ed <^e(waa&y> 23, 
1345. 



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Qfranl retained A&me after tAe utar wa& aver. Jery> toeawu op 
kztt/e. What a Aafifiu reimtonfer tAo6e tvAa reti&rnea. 

Q^ranl returned ta live at iyiigAu toAere Q/tuz&i&rie Aad a 
Acwie axiitinat&r Aim. QftegotaioA uwmwngavr tAe UtaA 
ana QraaAa Q/ugar tyotnJwmu factorM at ^£incotn. tetuea 
aaum ana town* vegan atawutg. 

QfAeir 4wU oo^rn wa& a &<m 24 &$/wil ?9tl7aarn in ^yuaauj 
0%ffer&04tj (^faaAa. JwnatneaAim zyixmala ^rant^L<>ng. 
QfAeir secanacAitaa aaaaAter ive named Aer Tpoteen ^Lang, 
me uxu oewn 27 nfavg 4949. 

Qfrant traveled uacA and f&rtA far a time an the au& ana then, 
upos given an afi/uwlimitg ta aug a Aame new* the ^Llncotn 
factarg. QsAere oar third cAild tua& aotw a /weemie at <^aaAa 

(^altoj QraaAa. Jre named Aim c!oarAe criuMett *£ang. 
OfAen tAe OfCarean tyanfuel toot coming an ana QfaantutaA 
recalled ta serve anoe agalnantAe H. Q/Q/Qfan <^ranci&co 
a& a reSUacement. QfAe sAiA AaaAaamang causalities anawoA 
damaged aad at oatue at tAe tyara/O/ea. Qfte unit tAerefar 8 
months. Qyn 4954. Qfte Aad Aad enaugA ujot. 

Qfte was aote to* secure Ai& jet* with ll and Qy (Stugar again. 



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afon,j cmcttnen ^a&tcmdj tttaA. fo& a mo&ttime. 



£jME iSSANUlAIfiJ 
tfTAK-IDAHp SWA* CO. 



Q/Aen hocA ta Q/floteA' ^La/cej Wa&tUnafon, aaavri. Q?wmt 
nod Ae/U Ai& twoAertu tn ^Clnccln. Qfte wot to- ae mowed oacA 
to* ^ZAMcaln, naoMt. QsAeve tAefanulu ve<mcu<wed. QsAe cAtlcwesn, 
went to- AeAoot cmd a&ew> uA vn ^ttncolrij <^claAa. G$$lltAew 
cAud^en, attended co/leae. 

$m^ tvovAea £w the ti amd Qy (^fuacw ipo>. motto/Ate 
aaaUiife afr tmUlifo ctotowe in, 4979. Qfte tuentto- UMwAfow the 
QyQ/V(p <p &£ siant. Qfte wortced <u a AiAe utter few tAvee 
yew*. 



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Qfrcwttcmd Q/((a&ae Aada veal ttwiawia amen mey, tvewt fa- 
me <^aaAa Grallb O/emfrle awafaoA mew three crUuwen, a&wl 
awe Aealeafow all time cma fytevnifa in, me QftoaAeofme 
)£<wa.27 qJoIu 4954. Q/en yea** late* fa me aale ana ilw<u 
Tpoleen, & 5m olvlhaau. QsAit aau m&u oeeame a Q^anulu 



<&o. 



'ovewp. 



(3sAeu moved vac/c> fa iyiiaau ameve mew #efi#ed attd oallt a 
nice Aome at 443 3oalA tf° ' °l^'£Rufy J dfaaAo. 83U2. 

Qfamtwa& affiliated toMfo me zajou G/coul of &$merica f<w 




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<3sne xpAMvenoJ ' $wmt Twain, cmd Q/fla#aowe Q^Unt 
)£(ma: 

C&ufewcled ^fcAoc/in Q/(vo6e& )£a/c<e oywcl iffiewwevwle cw&ntu 

Tpo/evn* )&ma 

cm: 27 Qjfaly' 19 M cyuao^Uj Qje£fe#&&n, J ^oaAa 
own <m Ae&Acwenfo weclclma C£$wni>ve<r&aAvu 
Q/enJn (vwmvna tMvnMJ&w&u uwfatnilu wot 6ea/eain< the 
Q%laA* d%x/& (£fent/i/e. 27 Q^ly 1956. 
ipo/een< awxauated frowi ^jOq/ U. 

Q/flarrtea ^tazriue Aad owe torn, Q/Hathew-. ^Lafo* 

waA ofviMwced. 

Q/Howriea CAJ^iicUeu Q/a/owtom 

QsA&u we<ntfo ijHAMicmia, ta udoAta vaku uau named Aim 
\pouM, iyoracUeu <5fa/owi<m&&n< 



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)] omi : 28 Wcfo&ev 4954 C^ralaAo C^d/fa, doownewllej 







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933 




(^a^/flW Q/%cw4(W€e> ^txma at Q/rea&iwe Q/Hotttivtaitt 



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QsAe <3/eco4vd <^<wmlu o/qJoA^ Jruluzm )£<ma 




(<icuiaAte>*. (4 60414/ ty/effo&aj Qpwmtj QWuwk, (pvoyn, )&ma. 




qToA^v Wi/ucwn, ^Co^va 



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QjfbJm William )£<ma ft&U <^a>milu 




Q/ftctvtna, ip/a&a, c/iaual, G7ewillej iy<ea#/ 



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936 





own; 43 oMay 4924 

Qsne uhza> me aaugAtev o£ Tri/wom &arane* &^ntana Jera 
Q/fvaru <3/ute. 

Q/flowiowe Aawnfo mowed fo iyiiavy wAere &Ae oUte^tcled iyiiaau 
QputUw QfUaA ana iyUao^u Q/uan QscnGot. 
(^fheitHi&amemuwofme yHiavu Ward ana ' uku oa^itcxed at me 
<Au&cn fimt &n 8 Qjfune 4934. Q/Ma&iome teub u&, 

Qs attended 6cnool antil me ittotnwna of iyeavl QfUwaov vn 
zDec&maev ofmu Aeniov yea^. Q/M^ tamer' a*a& artn/wna ana oar 
Janu//u ante In a neeatal wau. Qs oat ~aiov> at me iyioaer cxi'ro>. 
(Steed tyomAanu aartna me aau anatbcA aw eve<n4naioo> at me 
QrtamoiMtaev oA/ic/cte <^hn. Qs tvaAuut 47 \ Qs had to- raite mu 
Cromer ana&i&ter6>. Qs con/Znaed to- uwrA mere&vr sometime. &ne 



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evenina tAreefello€u& tylifjflwd ^£ona, Ai& cousin iyiex Qjrvansen and 
/wotAe* ofrant ^Lona a Qfailw Aome on leave came in. Q^tooA tAeir 
ovder andAada cAance to* talA a wAue to- them. QfrantasA me out 
emaciate. Qs Anew that ^Ae wa& fw me. Qfle came AiaAlu 
recomnveruled ivu the local freo/ue. rre decided to aet married ve£we 
Ai& leave was u/t, and so- ate went to- zDuloti, Qwlcwtana and were 
married. Tre Aaveiast ~lhi& snafisAot 

Q/Haraorie Q/Hary, Q^tintand r^rant^Lona 
Q^Lrried27 (July 43 M 




Q/Aere Qs found myAeu li/ce so- many of the yauna airl darina tAe 
war waiUna for a sailor &r soldier. Qs continued f worAina tAroaaA 
that tana lonelu and sad time, Qfrantwas assianedto an 
©/^rations Qffeavy, tyrui&er called^/. (3^(S^(3an dfcawciico 
usAieA was in so mucA of tAe > action a// <y»er tAe Waci&c. Q%e 



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ofievated ' tAt ? oia iyianae Q7 f iMcle& tete&cofre timd catiovaiw ActMumA 
on tAe via aunt, (ij^ada^ w<x& fo eventaatvu re/dace i$). 

Qfwmt ^utad> aone aAou£48 montm and vetuvned <U sound mtndand 
vcdu outweawu of tAe too*. 

Jre we&e ao Aa/i/vu to oe toaetAev again. QTieaotaioA at me U 
and c£r &uaav tyomfranu facfo&u at '^Lincoln. JPeltvedtn 
iyitaau and &i<ant act tAeve &u oaAfov a utAue. 

Jre 6ettleddoam and oeuan ou&faymUu. @€v* uv&t vomi mat a Aon 
o&rn (it iyiiaauj QfeffetQan,, C&daAo. &$6on wAowi toe named 
Wlonald ^yaMSon^io^n; 2b &^ri/i9U7. 



W second ' cAua ( w<u a uoeetdauaAfev oo&n on 27 Qjfaly' 4949 &&t 




m 

iyitaAu Q%ffe&&on,j QTaaAo. Jre named Ae* \poteen ^tona 
Tpotteen ukx6 oc#n on oavfifiA weddina annivevAowu. 

Jre uwre aide toAarcAaie a Aonve new* me Qfuaav uicto^u vn 
^ZLvnco/n, QyaaAo. 

&fAere oar- tAird cAdd made an earAu <x/iAearance 28 &ctooer 
4954. at tAe ^zDof. &lo6/Utal f vn G$daAo <3Pa/kj GydaAo. Q/te utas 



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vei*u timu/weewue lutwitA fender lovina ca&e. @uv&&n, zKiu&Ae 
SrluMell '*£<ma aid very well. 

QsAe <£luwecm conflict wot u/um us ana QfwmtwaA veealleafo 
active QDaty on, tAe U Q/Q/Q^n (^vawciAeo. Q/ve unto a 
ve/Uatement on Au &AiA, wAicA Aadteen, mucA aamaae and cataaMfa 
in /tattle of tAe \poval ' &ea. Qfte was tAeve aw eiaAt witmtAA. Q/lwa& 
anotAev lonelu &meliw> as all. 






W veoil weddina zDau was fen yeavs lafov to date 27 ol qJuIu 
435 U in tAe GrdaAo Oralis (^Jem/Ue. JPe tooA alltAree ofouv 
cAildvew, with as. QsAeve we were a/l dressed in, wAife and were sealed 
for time and alt eternitu toaetAer. G&$nda sfiecialtAina was it mat 
xpolleens (^iuA vtrtAdau as well. 



We Aad several moves witA- iAe Qfuaoyr tyomAanu. JPe were sent 
tb> Q/fwses ^£a/cefor a wAi/e andtAen we went to garland UtaA. 
QsAere <^ went to w<wA at iAe QjrUk^Utal at Qsvemonfon,, i/taA. 
C£$ndwAue tAere Qs wen/ l&cA to scAool tAe SDr. tAere Aad eaten/ion 



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claMe6> in nurtma ovougntfo u&&e4n me Hot K. Q? tooa aule to aet 
mu ^csQ/y aea&ee ana licence. (^ wa& aetttna olae* &5 ana to oe a 
stua&ntvut (^amenfou it. Jrnata tiwnaerai/ of^w^tanil^ £>^ me. 
JVe utere &entaac/c> to- Q/ttoAet ^La/ce attain,. Qsne>re Qra&taJcO' utim 
tyawnatian Q^ooa^ a& a micwvw/aai&t. 

Jre then mere tent ouch la ^Lincoln Aaaar Qt'ocIo^u we AaaKeAt 
oar Aome mere ana mere ate lived and tuemced antU me closer of me 
faclcwu in 4973. &ar cmlaren wenttd> 6enoolmere 
CSwiaa&eW' ufr anawenttb> colleae all of mem. 




ofaanl and Q/flaraie at Qsraedure Q/ftt. 

GfixMitTpain/bj zDriaa^j <3raaAo> on a familu outina. 



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Q/ne tyAMwn, op Qfwmt V. owd Q/fla#i<wie Qwitit ^Lona 



yfuma/d caw 6&n, u<ve& in, ^Cincolttj QzraaAo'. Q%n me A&me there. 
QfteActA neve* wwwwiea. 



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942 







iffiwHuetUj Tpo/vn, Gfalo4tocm&<m. Q/fw. G&wid Q/fl>M>. Q/alom&n&ow, 



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943 



wi: 28 &ctb&e<p 4954 QraaAo- Q^a/to, y®<m>rwv€Ue, <3raaAo> 



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W ttvawd<wu<we>n, 




@uv avawd cmldveti worn lefite> viaAt \pn>ri&6ma6 49S4. 

Qscwta Q/fta^le ^Lanaj Q/hcwie iyatr€€H> ^Lana, y®vacU&u 



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(^clctAo> orf o€i& faAvnAoii&e. Q/flu AaretU toeve (puae<m<e Vwain, 
cma qToJwi willuim &L<ma. 





QTa/t^Ca/ce (A/evnA/e. 



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946 



(ptia&me Vi&ain iva& tAe tecowdivue o^QjoAn JVilliam *£<ma 
Q/fuzrvied 49 QSVowemow 4943 in tAe &alt ^CaAe O/em/Ue. 




<3ftva& tAe wmnaeAt of five cAilaren vowt tb> Qaaenie Virain 
ana Q%An William ^Lana. && mat time tAafatnilu Uvea In 
a two-wwm Acute utitA a awl vovfatuiwAat mew called a 
6ivmmev fuwcA <w AitcAen tAal ze/ioyrated the main AxfoAen and 
me tleeJUna aaartew. 

Q/tlu zDaawoA in me/woeete ofoiU/aina a nice new- ArieA 
A&me &n me town ana me ovieAa uweAileain the yawl at tAe 
time of Acs aeatAj itwevev wot cotnfiletea. Jre auo> Aaaafvue- 
twwnA&mein oAieamirac^n (paU GTec&nd QA^tA G/foeetmat 
melamilu uvea in modttu in tainted so- tA&u atavtatAave to- 
uaAttAe oad wad andiueatAev &o> macA. 



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Q/(vu Q^otAe* Q%An< JwlUcwn, ^Lcwia Aad miawUed worn 
^OuHMmnatiMtj clOear ^Ca/ce, &rdaAa. Via cZmvcoIMj 
oCeicHfriMllej Q%ffe<v&04Vj ^aaAa QsAen fo c/ieopU4Mta aecauAe Ae 
taantedAU cAl/drew to> Aaw a acca eatwafawi. ($sAe new/u 
oomtmcted cTiicA^ C£&xide>mu. 



&& wi/fi Ait fwU loife Q/tta^u \pA#€6fen&e>n, and 40 cAi/awnAe 
came fo live In z/iea^ara in 4306. 







Q/fta&tiha,, \p/a&a, Qrloya/, (jfcville, Wea*/ 

oMary, died in, GPyfocM '45, 4343. Seawina p&An w* 
fravuy, <jpvo4wi fawu/y, oHJAfive y&ana onea Afi/latA&me 



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948 



was 4> c/Umu was 7j and (Qllen was //. TpArissie was 43, 
Q/flartAa was 45. iyioyalwas 48. Seville was A&me out 
marriedj c/earlj iplaraj and (pstella were married and nod 
Aomesofmeiroum. 

Q/Hu zDad lived neiaAoors Id- lAe Jwams. JPAo> camewwn 
QM. tyAarleSj zxjear &La/ce JaUey aooullAe &ame time as 
zDad aid. 

Q/Hu daa farmed me uffcu acres Of around on, me AowteAlace 
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Cifff and Evadean Long 

^ LONG 50TH: The children of 

Cliff and Fvadean Long will host a re* 
eeption in honor of their parents' 5(>th 
wedding anniversary Muy 31, 1997, 
from 6 to 8 p.m. at. the StaiiK-r-r Memo 
ri. i , Building in lory*. 

They went.- married June 4, 1947, 
in the Idaho Fall* LDS Temple. They 
have lived in Rcotburg, Ashton., Idaho 
Falls and for the past 44 years in Ionia. 

He is a Bonneville (nunty comaiis- 
eJooer, and his present term expires in 
1999. He enjoys woodworking, gurden- 
ing and camping. 

She Is a homcrnaker and worked 
as a resource aid for the Bonneville 
School District for 21 years. Site enjoys 
crafty reading mvi playing with her 
grandchildren. 

They are active members of the 
LDSCnureh. 

Their children are Sherry Young of 
Orum, Utah; Scott Long of lona; Steve 
Long of ChkSam and Mike Long and 



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Clifford V. Long 
April 1, 1999 
Iona, Idaho 83427 

I am attempting to write a short history of myself at the 
request of Melba Empey who has compiled a history of the 
Long family with the exception of the John W. 
Long/Eugenie Virgin family of which there were five 
members. I will for my immediate families write a more 
detailed account of the small things in my life that has 
shaped my character and outlook on life. 

I was born north of Rexburg, Idaho in 1 924 on June 1 8 . 
At that time the family lived in a two-room house with a 
dirt roof and what they called a summer porch or kitchen 
that separated the kitchen and the sleeping quarters. My 
father was in the process of constructing a new home on the 
farm but it was not yet finished at the time of his death. I 
also had a five-room house that the family lived in on 
second north in Rexburg during the winter months so his 
family could go to school without fighting the winter roads. 

My father John Long had migrated from Bloomington, 
Idaho, via Louisville, Idaho. Where he wanted to educate 
his family at the newly constructed Ricks academy that had 
been started by the L.D.S. Church. His first wife Mary 
Christensen who had given him eleven children died 
leaving him with a partly grown family and four young 
children living at home or in school. He farmed fifty acres 
of ground on the home place and had a sixty-acre pasture 



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on the Teton River bottoms just south of the present 
location of the Rexburg cemetery. 

A neighbor girl, daughter of a friend who had moved to the 
Rexburg area from St. Charles at the same time was to help 
out with the household chores and tend the young family. 
This was sometime in the early spring and they were 
married that fall. My mother's name was Eugenie Virgin 
and she had one daughter (Francis) and four boys by John 
Long myself being the youngest. I cannot recollect many 
things about my father because he passed away with 
stomach cancer when I was just short of three years old. 

My mother had a great influence on my life. She was a 
very beautiful lady when she was young but even as she 
grew older she was regal in her carriage. I would not say 
that she had a great life. She married a man that was 
almost twice her age and some years after his death she 
married again mostly out of loneliness, this was not a 
happy marriage but she did have an additional son by him 
(Harry Jackson) her son was the pride of her life although 
his life choices were not the best. I do not remember her 
having more than a couple of dresses of her own because 
she choose to spend the clothing money on her children. 
Her friends were always the old and infirm those who need 
a friend as well as assistance. She had been taught well as 
a child and was true to her beliefs. I can remember her 
long fasts when one of the kids was sick. Because of the 
times she lived in, early pioneering of the farms, the death 
of her husband, her family to raise with only a fourth grade 
education, the depression years, the loss of her home due to 



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the inability to pay the taxes, her unsuccessful second 
marriage and her poor health seemed to take a heavy toll on 
her. 

I had a great childhood with lots of good memories of my 
brothers and sisters and the good neighborhood that seemed 
to take care of each other. After my mother remarried I 
went to live for summer and part of a school year with one 
of my half sisters Seville Parker and her family in Bancroft, 
I left there in the late fall after starting school in Bancroft 
and went back to Rexburg to live with my mother. Grant 
and Mark were still at home but Evan and Francis had 
already to strike out on their own. 

Francis had graduated from nurses training and was 
working at the veterans hospital in Boise when I finished 
the eight grade and she found me a job working for a 
family by the name of Marsh who lived in Boise. He was a 
building contractor and his wife needed someone to drive 
her around and do chores, etc. They were very good to me 
and I lived with them for almost a year. I worked for my 
board and room and they seen that I had spending money, a 
place to live and put me in school at the old Franklin High 
school in Boise. I suffered from a bad case of 
homesickness and moved back to Rexburg. During my 
high school years I worked before and after school for Bill 
Fullmer at a clothing store called J. P. Croft Company. I 
had also a job at the Rexburg Home Bakery cleaning up 
and setting sponges for the Baker when they would come to 
work in the morning. For two summers I worked for one 
hundred dollars a summer plus my board and room for the 



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Parley Bagley family in Victor, Idaho. The great 
depression was winding down and times were getting 
easier, people were able to get jobs and I was able to live 
pretty well while going to high school, my cousin Rex 
Hansen and I had a model A. Ford coupe that made us 
pretty mobile for a couple of kids at the time. 

In the early forties the Second World War was raging and 
all of the boys were expected and wanted to go into the 
military as soon as they could. I tried to join the navy 
because my brother Grant was already a seaman on the San 
Francisco which had been shot up pretty badly in the battle 
of the coral seas but I could not pass the physical for some 
very small problem with my kidneys. I was drafter in 
August of 1 943 and went to Farragut Naval training station 
in northern Idaho for basic training. After boot camp I was 
sent to Bremerton, Washington for training as a pharmacist 
mate. From Bremerton we were sent to San Diego for 
additional training. From there I spent a few months at Port 
Hueneme, California. One of my half sisters Ruby 
Farnsworth and her husband Vaun lived in Glendale and 
would have their gas stamps so they could show my 
buddies and myself around San Francisco Bay to await 
transportation to the south Pacific. The ocean was a new 
experience for me and I loved it, we spent almost three 
weeks zig zagging across the Pacific Ocean to Brisbane, 
Australia. The navy had made a mistake and had sent ten 
to Australia instead of Guadalcanal where our base was 
supposed to be. I loved Australia; it was like turning the 
clock back fifty years when I was there. We were kind of 
lost because of no unit to be attached to and kind of 



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wandered around Australia before being sent by train 
across the county to Sidney. From Sidney we were put on 
a little TRANSPORT ship and sent across the Barrier with 
stops in Neumaia, New Caledonia and Tulagia before being 
dumped on the beach in Guadalcanal. This was exciting 
for a kid who had seen nothing but mountains and desserts 
in Idaho and now to see the deep rain forests of the south 
pacific. We were then sent north to a group of islands 
called the Solomons where we finally caught up with the 
First Marine division what we were attached to. Fleet 
Hospital was home then for almost two years where we 
took casualties from throughout the war zone that was all 
around us. I spent some time being the chief medical 
officer (seaman and second class pharmacist mate) on the 
San Juan, an antiaircraft cruiser. After the war was over we 
spent some wonderful months island hopping in the Pacific 
Ocean making sure that there were no Americans stranded 
or left behind on any unnamed or named atoll. Some of the 
natives had never seen a white man and the would come up 
to us and just want to touch our white skin that was now 
yellow from taking atabrin to stave off the malaria. In 
march of 1946 I was back in the Unites States at San Pedro 
naval base where I was given two weeks leave, I had 
expected to remain in the navy but on the second night 
home I saw my future wife Evadean and my plans changed. 
I was mustered out of the Navy the following month. 

When I returned to Rexburg I got a job working at a service 
station and lived for a couple of months with a cousin who 
had also returned home from the war. This was short lived, 
as his sister got tired of doing our laundry and feeding us. I 



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had four hundred dollars waiting for me as part of the 
inheritance of my father's estate (the farm), which was sold 
when I reached twenty-one years old. I placed a down 
payment on an old house in Rexburg and lived in part of it 
while I tried to remodel. My future wife was still in high 
school and extremely popular with the boys. I had been 
introduced to her when she was in the eighth grade by her 
mother who lived in the Lincoln hotel as I did. You would 
not believe the change in her in the years I was away during 
the war. Long story short, I was able to convince her that I 
was the one. She worked after school at an Ice Cream 
parlor and I was then delivering fuel for a local oil 
company. We waited for her to get out of high school and 
we were married on June 4, 1947 in the Idaho FALLS 
temple. I had the kitchen partly finished and the bedroom 
upstairs, we had to flush the toilet with a bucket but we 
were happy as two kids could be. 

In November of 1 947 a friend offered me a service station 
in Ashton, Idaho. I had no money at the time and no car, 
Evadean had to have an appendectomy so we sold the car 
to pay for and we were both walking or riding our bikes to 
work. Jack Harper the friend said that if I would come to 
Ashton he would put forty-five dollars in the till and loan 
me one tank of gas for the station that I could pay him back 
for in the future. I hitch hiked to Ashton and found a small 
apartment on the ground floor of a small hotel for us to live 
in. The ceiling was so low that I had to duck to keep from 
breaking the light bulbs out with my head. Sometimes the 
noise from the pool hall next door made it difficult to sleep. 
Because of me working so much Evadean was alone a lot 



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and she would come down to the station just to break the 
monotony. We made lots of friends in Ashton so of which 
we still have a close relationship with. We found a small 
apartment with two rooms and a share the bath situation 
and lived one year there before moving into a very nice two 
room apartment with an older couple sharing the rest of the 
house. Sherry was born while living at the McCarthers in 
the St. Anthony hospital and we thought our life was 
complete. The work was hard but we were making 
progress and were able to buy a new car. In 1949 I won a 
contest for having the highest Gallonage station in the Utah 
Oil Company system for a two-pump station and got to go 
back to New York for the World Series. 

We contracted to build a new house in the spring of 1950; it 
was all on one floor with a utility room, two bedrooms, 
kitchen, and a living room with a fireplace and a one-car 
garage. We were in seventh heaven and we were again 
blessed with a son Scott on Halloween day 1950. In 
September of 1951 I purchased a distributorship for 
Continental Baking Co. (Wonder Bread, Hostess cakes) 
and moved to Idaho Falls. I sold my service station to 
Tony Maupin in Ashton and the house was sold within two 
days; after we made the decision to move. We found a 
home that we liked on Beacon Drive in Idaho Falls and 
lived there for two years. Steve the second son was born 
eleven months after Scott and Evadean had her hands more 
than full with three small children and a husband that was 
always gone. I had a young man's syndrome that I could 
outwork any one and tried to do it. The business was 
growing and I wanted to add an additional route so we 



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again sold our home and moved out to Iona where we still 
live after a half dozen remodels. Michael John was born in 
April of 1957 and Daren our youngest in October 1962 
making our family complete. 

I had always been a religious person but not as active as I 
should have been in my younger years. I attribute beliefs to 
personal experience, the teaching of my mother my 
marriage covenant with my wife and trial error that have 
proved the guiding lights in my life. I taught the priest 
quorum of and on for the nineteen years and was made a 
bishops counselor under Bishop William Longhurst, I was 
Bishop of Iona Second Ward for six years with some able 
councilors Dick Lee and Max Storer. I was set apart as 
first counselor under Pres. McKay Gunthre in 1980 and 
served there for nine years (Iona Idaho Stake Presidency). 

I have always felt that I was in good health but had had 
some major setbacks. A gastric resection for ulcers, 
appendectomy, a heart bypasses in 1989. In 1993 the 
doctors found a malignant melony on my arm that was 
removed but it had spread to my lymph nodes and the 
spleen, after two successful surgeries and two sets of 
chemotherapy I have been able to hold it at bay, right now 
the cancer seems to be in complete remission. 

In 1978 I sold my business and went into the craft and 
floral supply business, before that I had acquired the 
distributorships for Frito Lay and Mother's cookies. The 
distributorships were housed in the Iona warehouse, on 



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Andersen Street in Idaho Falls and in the old Iona 
Mercantile building. 

In 1983 I decided to run for a political Office that of 
County Commissioner in Idaho Falls, Bonneville County. I 
was elected on the first try and then reelected five times 
before retiring in 1998. The experience as commissioner 
was very rewarding for me. I made many friends and with 
the help of very good people was able to accomplish some 
good things. 

All of our children are now married with children of their 
own. Sheryl Lynn is married and has six children and five 
grandchildren. Scott has two sons. Steven Grant has four 
children, Mike has six children and Daren has four. 

I will attempt in the near future to do a more personal 
analysis of my memories and experiences that will give the 
next generation some perspective into the times that I lived. 

Clifford V. Long 

Born June 18, 1924 

Father John William Long 

Born Oct 15, 1862 

Died April 4 1927 

Married to Eugenie Virgin Nov 19, 1913 

Mother Eugenie Virgin 

Born March 8, 1889 

Died Oct. 28, 1965 

Married (2) Harry Jackson 1930 



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Brothers and Sisters 

Francis 

Born Oct. 10, 1914 

Married June 11, 1938 Clyde Hoststrasser 

Evan Virgin Long 

Born July 21, 1916 

Married to Gwen Bowman May 26, 1938 

Married Wanda Moulton 

Married Barbara Brian 

Mark Virgin Long 

Born Nov 22, 1918 

Married Betty Jo Davis May 29, 1943 

Grant Virgin Long 

Born Jan 13, 1921 

Married Marjory Mary Flint Sept 26, 1944 

Clifford Virgin Long 

Born June 18 1924 

Married June 4, 1947 Evadean Forsgren 

Clifford V. and Evadean Long family 

Cheryl Lynn Long (daughter) 

Born Sept. 28 1948 

Married William James Young Aug. 23, 1968 

Children 

William Chadwich Born Nov. 28 1969 



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Nathan James Born Sept. 6, 1971 
Raymond Blake Born February 25 1974 
Jami Rebecca Born Oct. 8, 1977 
Clifford Zackery Born April 29, 1981 
Haily Lynne Born Oct. 28, 1985 

Clifford Scott (son) 

Married Annette Susan Taylor Nov. 1 1973 

Divorced March 1, 1990 

Children 

Samuel Royce born January 20, 1976 
William Scott Born Aug 18, 1978 

Steven Grant Long (son) 

Born Oct. 26, 1951 

Married Janice Andrews Aug. 6, 1971 

Children 

Steven Clayton Born May 1 1, 1973 
Jacob Andrews Born June 20, 1975 
Dana Jean Born July 27, 1979 
John Woodruff Born July 28, 1980 

Michael John Long (son) 

Born April 27, 1958 

Married Janet Anderson June 17, 1981 

Children 

Rebecca Ann Born Feb/ 12, 1983 
Stephanie Noel Born Dec. 19, 1985 
Melissa Janet Born August 30, 1987 
Michael Thomas Born April 9, 1990 
Olivia Kellie Born July 9, 1994 



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Daren Glen Long (son) 

Born Oct. 2, 1962 

Married Lorie Ann Lockes June 22, 1 983 

Children 

Katie Born May 30, 1984 Died June 1, 1984 

Daren Clint Born March 9, 1990 

Sadie Ann Born April 27, 1991 

Abie Born Aug. 3, 1993 

Krista Dawn Born Aug. 1, 1995 



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Ancestors of John WILLIAM LONG 



First Generation 

I.John WILLIAM LONG was born on 15 Oct 1862 in Ogden, Weber, Utah. He was 
christened in Ogden, Weber, Utah. He died on 31 Mar 1927 in Rexburg, Madison, Idaho, 
USA. He was buried on 2 Apr 1927 in Sugar City, Madison, Idaho, USA. He was sealed 
to his parents on 7 Sep 1932 in the Salt Lake temple. He was baptized on 9 May 1871 in 
Bloomington Ward, Idaho, USA. He was endowed on 1 Jul 1885 in the Logan Utah 
temple. 

John married Mary CHRISTENSEN daughter of Jacob CHRISTENSEN and Mary 
Theressa MAYERS on 1 Jul 1885 in Logan, Cache, Utah, USA. They were sealed on 1 
Jul 1885 in the Logan Utah temple. Mary was born on 5 May 1867 in Bloomington, Bear 
Lake, Idaho, USA. She was christened in Bloomington, Bear Lake, Idaho, USA. She died 
on 12 Apr 1913 in Bloomington, Bear Lake, Idaho, USA. She was buried on 15 Apr 1913 
in Sugar City, Madison, Idaho, USA. She was sealed to her parents on 1 Jul 1885 in the 
Logan Utah temple. She was baptized on 15 Sep 1875 in Bloomington, Bear Lake, Idaho, 
USA. She was endowed on 1 Jul 1885 in the Logan Utah temple. 



Second Generation 

2. Emanuel LONG was born on 2 Apr 1826 in Burford, Oxford, England. He died on 1 Mar 
1891 in Bloomington, Bear Lake, Idaho, USA. He was buried in Mar 1891 in Bloomington, 
Bear Lake, Idaho, USA. He was sealed to his parents on 10 Jul 1936 in the Logan Utah 
temple. He was baptized on 6 Mar 1848 in England. He was endowed on 4 Sep 1855 in 
the Endowment House temple. He married Elizabeth (Betsy) HART on 6 Jan 1856 in 
Ogden, Weber, Utah. They were sealed on 10 Jun 1880 in the Endowment House 
temple. 



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3. Elizabeth (Betsy) HART was born on 26 Jan 1823 in Hemingford, Abbotts, Huntingdon, 
England. She was christened on 20 Jul 1823 in Hemmingford Abbotts.Hunts, England. 
She died on 18 Sep 1900 in Bloomington, Bear Lake, Idaho, USA. She was buried in Sep 
1900 in Bloomington, Bear Lake, Idaho, USA. She was sealed to her parents on 26 Jan 
1966 in the Mesa Arizona temple. She was baptized on 1 1 Jan 1849. She was endowed 
on 10 Jun 1880 in the Endowment House temple. 



Third Generation 

4. John LONG was born on 26 Feb 1803 in Coats, Oxford, England. He died on 23 Feb 
1857 in London, London, England. He was buried in Feb 1857 in , , England. He was 
sealed to his parents on 27 Mar 1930. He was baptized on 16 Mar 1880. He was 
endowed on 13 Feb 1908. He married Martha HIGNALL in 1825 in London, England ?. 
They were sealed on 24 Mar 1908. 

5. Martha HIGNALL was born about 1798 in Fairford, Glochestershire, England. She was 
christened about 1798. She died on 1 Oct 1839 in England. She was buried in Oct 1839 in 
, England. She was sealed to her parents on 13 Dec 1956. She was endowed on 1 Mar 
1956. 

6. Thomas HART was born in 1783 in Godmanchester, Huntingdon, England. He died on 30 
Jan 1866 in Hemingford Abbot, Huntingdon, England. He was buried on 3 Feb 1866 in 
Hemingford Abbts, Hntngd, England. He was sealed to his parents on 4 Dec 1968. He 
was baptized on 29 May 1894 in the Logan Utah temple. He was endowed on 30 May 
1894 in the Logan Utah temple. He married Elizabeth MARRIOTT on 27 Mar 1806 in 
Buckden, Hntngd, Engl. They were sealed on 30 May 1894 in the Logan Utah temple. 

7. Elizabeth MARRIOTT was born in 1785 in Hemingford Abbot, Huntingdon, England. She 
was christened on 2 Oct 1791 in Hemmingford, Huntingdon, England. She died on 26 Dec 
1862 in Hemingford Abbot, Huntingdon, England. She was buried on 29 Dec 1862 in 



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Hemingford Abbot, Huntingdon, England. She was baptized on 29 May 1894 in the Logan 
Utah temple. She was endowed on 30 May 1894 in the Logan Utah temple. 



Fourth Generation 

8. James LONG was born on 8 May 1768 in Coats, Bradington, Oxford, England. He died 
on 25 Aug 1769 in Newdale, Fremont, Idaho, USA.. He was baptized on 1 1 Feb 1908. 
He was endowed on 24 Mar 1908. He married Sarah (Sara) BUSBY on 11 Oct 1792 in , 
Eng. They were sealed on 27 Mar 1930. 

9. Sarah (Sara) BUSBY was born on 6 Aug 1767 in Little Barrington, Glochestershire, 
England. She was christened on 28 Aug 1768 in Little Barrington, Glochestershire, 
England. She was sealed to her parents on 7 Dec 1956 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 
She was baptized on 14 May 1878. She was endowed on 15 May 1878. 

10. John HIGNALL was born on 26 Feb 1760 in Fairford, Gloucestershire, England. He was 
christened on 26 Feb 1760 in Ampney St Peter, Glochestershire, England. He died before 
26 Feb 1760 in Fairford, Glochestershire., England. He was buried in Feb 1760 in , 
Glochestershire., England. He was sealed to his parents on 14 Mar 1957 in the Idaho 
Falls Idaho temple. He was baptized on 18 Feb 1956. He was endowed on 23 Mar 1956. 
He 

married Mary GREEN on 21 May 1778 in Fairford, Gloucestershire, England. They were 
sealed on 13 Dec 1956 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 

11. Mary GREEN was born on 7 Feb 1755 in Fairford, Glochestershire, England. She was 
christened on 7 Feb 1755 in Fairford, Glochestershire, England. She died in Feb 1752 in 
Fairford, Glochestershire., England. She was buried on 11 Feb 1752 in Fairford, 
Glochestershire., England. She was sealed to her parents on 1 1 Jan 1957 in the Idaho 
Falls Idaho temple. She was baptized on 14 May 1878. She was endowed on 6 Jan 1956. 

12. John HART was born in 1755 in Godmanchester, Hunts, Eng. 



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14. John MARRIOTT was born about 1740 in Of Kempton, Bedfordshire, Eng. He was 
christened on 4 Jun 1758 in Wilden In Woods, Bedfordshire, England. He died in 1814. 
He was buried on 16 Nov 1806/1814. He was sealed to his parents on 28 Sep 1978 in 
the Salt Lake temple. He was baptized on 29 May 1894 in the Logan Utah temple. He was 
endowed on 30 May 1894 in the Logan Utah temple. He married Ann WHITE. They were 
sealed on 30 May 1896 in the Logan Utah temple. 

15. Ann WHITE was born about 1757 in Wilden In Woods, Bedfordshire, England. She died 
in 1828 in Kempston, Bedfordshire, Eng. Her sealing to parents was submitted. She was 
baptized on 29 May 1894 in the Logan Utah temple. She was endowed on 30 May 1894 in 
the Logan Utah temple. 



Fifth Generation 

16. George LONG was born about 1740 in Standlake, Oxford, England. He died on 2 Aug 
1803 in Standlake, Oxford, England. He married Elizabeth in England. 

17. Elizabeth was born about 1749 in Standlake, Oxford, England. 

18. Thomas BUSBY was born in 1738 in Little Barrington, Glochestershire, England. He was 
baptized on 18 Feb 1956. He was endowed on 15 Jun 1956. He married Sarah SMITH on 
9 May 1763 in Handborough, Oxfordshire, England. They were sealed on 7 Dec 1956 in 
the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 

19. Sarah SMITH was born in 1742 in Little Barrington, Glochestershire, England. She was 
baptized on 14 May 1878. She was endowed on 1 1 Jan 1956. 

20. Alexander HIGNALL was born in 1720 in Fairford, Glochestershire, England. He died on 
14 Jun 1791 in Fairford, Glochestershire, England. He was baptized on 18 Feb 1956. He 
was endowed on 13 Jul 1956. He married Ann in Fairford, Glochestershire, England. 



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21. Ann was born in 1727 in Fairford, Glochestershire, England. She died on 20 Jan 1787 in 
Fairford, Glochestershire, England. 

22. WILLIAM GREEN was born on 19 Oct 1727 in Fairford, Glochestershire, England. He 
was 

christened on 19 Oct 1727 in Fairford, Glochestershire., England. He died on 21 Dec 1772 
in Fairford, Glochestershire, England. He was buried in Dec 1772 in Fairford, 
Glochestershire., England. He was baptized on 18 Feb 1956. He was endowed on 13 Jul 
1956. He married Sarah GODDING on 4 May 1749 in England. They were sealed on 11 
Jan 1957 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 

23. Sarah GODDING was born in Fairford, Glochestershire, England. She was christened on 
13 Feb 1728 in Fairford, Glochestershire, England. She died in Fairford, Glochestershire, 
England. She was buried on 1 Mar 1771 in Fairford, Glochestershire, England. She was 
sealed to her parents on 20 Jun 1957 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. She was baptized 
on 10 Jul 1943. She was endowed on 7 Oct 1943. 

24. John HART was born on 29 Jan 1728 in Godmanchester, Hunts, Eng. He died in 1796 in 
(Age 86). He was buried on 15 Apr 1821. He was baptized on 29 May 1894. He was 
endowed on 31 May 1894. 

28. John (Maritt) MARRIOTT was born about 1706 in Thome, Yorkshire, England. He died in 
1786. He was baptized on 9 Jan 1987 in the Salt Lake temple. He was endowed on 28 
Feb 1987 in the Salt Lake temple. He married Elizabeth FOX on 7 Apr 1735 in Of 
Rawcliffe, Snaith, Yorkshire, England. They were sealed on 13 Oct 1981 in the Provo 
Utah temple. 

29. Elizabeth FOX was christened on 1 Feb 1709/1710 in , Rawcliffe, Yorkshire, England. 
She was sealed to her parents on 13 Oct 1981 in the Provo Utah temple. She was 
baptized on 25 Aug 1981 in the Provo Utah temple. She was endowed on 4 Sep 1981 in 
the Provo Utah temple. 



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30. WILLIAM WHITE was born about 1719 in Of Kempston, Bedfordshire, Eng. He was 
buried on 16 Nov 1755 in Great Barford, Bedfordshire, Eng. He married Elizabeth. 

31 . Elizabeth was born about 1 71 9. 



Sixth Generation 

40. Richard HIGNALL was born about 1694. He married Alice. 

41. Alice was born about 1698. 

44. Charles GREEN was born about 1701 in England, Glochestershire., England. He was 
christened on 28 Apr 1702 in Fairford, Gloucestershire, England. He died on 23 Jul 1755 
in Fairford, Glochestershire., England. He was buried on 23 Jul 1755 in Fairford, 
Gloucestershire, England. He was baptized on 18 Feb 1956. He was endowed on 13 Jul 
1956. He married Mary BOND in England. 

45. Mary BOND was born about 1703 in England, Glochestershire., England. She was 
christened on 27 Sep 1701 in Fairford, Gloucestershire, England. She died on 6 Nov 1765 
in Fairford, Gloucestershire, England. She was buried on 6 Nov 1765 in Fairford, 
Gloucestershire, England. She was baptized on 18 Feb 1956. She was endowed on 7 
Jun 1956. 

46. Edward GODDING was born about 1700 in of Fairford, Glochestershire., Eng. He was 
baptized on 18 Feb 1956. He was endowed on 15 Mar 1956. He married Alice 
BETTERTON on 26 Sep 1725 in Fairford, Gloucestershire, England. They were sealed 
on 20 Jun 1957 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 

47. Alice BETTERTON was born on 10 Mar 1708 in Fairford, Glochestershire, England. She 
was christened on 10 Mar 1708 in Fairford, Gloucestershire, England. She was baptized 
on 18 Feb 1956. She was endowed on 15 Mar 1956. 



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48. Thomas HART was born about 1702. He married Lady BARNARD. 

49. Lady BARNARD was born about 1706. 

58. Thomas FOX was christened on 13 Feb 1647 in Cowick, Snaith, Yorkshire, England. He 
was buried on 7 Feb 1729. He was baptized on 19 Nov 1965 in the Salt Lake temple. He 
was endowed on 28 Jan 1966 in the Salt Lake temple. He married Mary about 1708 in Of, 
Snaith, Yorkshire, England. They were sealed on 9 Jan 1987 in the Salt Lake temple. 

59. Mary was born about 1660 in Of, Rawcliffe, Yorkshire, England. She died in Rawcliff, 
Snaith, Yorkshire, England. She was buried on 16 Jun 1719 in Rawcliffe, Snaith, 
Yorkshire, England. She was baptized on 9 Jan 1987 in the Salt Lake temple. She was 
endowed on 23 Jan 1987 in the Salt Lake temple. 

60. John WHITE, SR. was christened on 23 Mar 1671 in Kempston, Bedfordshire, Eng. He 
was buried about 1741 in Will Prob. He married Mary MUTTON. 

61 . Mary MUTTON was born about 1 671 . 



Seventh Generation 

88. Alexander BETTERTON was born about 1681 in Fairford,Glochestershire.,Eng. He died 
on 12 Nov 1718 in Fairford,Glochestershire.,Eng. He married Elizabeth GREEN. 

89. Elizabeth GREEN was born on 7 Feb 1683 in Fairford, Forfar, Scotland. She died on 1 1 
Aug 1703 in Fairford, Glochestershire., England. 

90. Thomas BOND was born about 1672. He was christened on 25 Mar 1673 in Hartland, 
Devon, Eng. He was buried in Hartland, Devon, Eng. He was sealed to his parents on 16 
Jul 1951. He was baptized on 2 Dec 1950. He was endowed on 12 Dec 1950. He married 
Sarah MORTON. 



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91. Sarah MORTON was born about 1676 in Of Fairford, Glochestershire., Eng. 



94. Alexander BETTERTON is printed as #88 on page 5. 



95. Mary was born about 1685 in Fairford, Glochestershire, England. 



Eighth Generation 

178. Thomas GREEN was born about 1651 in Of Fairford, Glochestershire., Eng. He married 
Abigail. 

179. Abigail was born about 1655 in Fairford, Glochestershire., England. She died on 25 Mar 
1744 in Fairford, Glochestershire., England. 

180. Abraham BOND was born about 1633 in Of Hartland, Devon, Eng. He was buried on 21 
Nov 1703 in Hartland, Devon, Eng. He was baptized on 2 Dec 1950. He was endowed on 
12 Dec 1950. He married Mary TRICK on 21 Nov 1658 in Hartland, Devon, Eng. They 
were sealed on 1 6 Jul 1 951 . 

181. Mary TRICK was born about 1 637 in Of Hartland, Devon, Eng. She was buried on 8 Apr 
1705 in Hartland, Devon, Eng. She was baptized on 1 Jul 1950. She was endowed on 12 
Jul 1950. 



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Ancestors of Mary CHRISTENSEN 



First Generation 

1. Mary CHRISTENSEN was born on 5 May 1867 in Bloomington, Bear Lake, Idaho, USA. 
She was christened in Bloomington, Bear Lake, Idaho, USA. She died on 12 Apr 1913 in 
Bloomington, Bear Lake, Idaho, USA. She was buried on 15 Apr 1913 in Sugar City, 
Madison, Idaho, USA. She was sealed to her parents on 1 Jul 1885 in the Logan Utah 
temple. She was baptized on 15 Sep 1875 in Bloomington, Bear Lake, Idaho, USA. She 
was endowed on 1 Jul 1885 in the Logan Utah temple. 

Mary married John WILLIAM LONG son of Emanuel LONG and Elizabeth (Betsy) HART 
on 1 Jul 1885 in Logan, Cache, Utah, USA. They were sealed on 1 Jul 1885 in the Logan 
Utah temple. John was born on 15 Oct 1862 in Ogden, Weber, Utah. He was christened in 
Ogden, Weber, Utah. He died on 31 Mar 1927 in Rexburg, Madison, Idaho, USA. He was 
buried on 2 Apr 1927 in Sugar City, Madison, Idaho, USA. He was sealed to his parents 
on 7 Sep 1932 in the Salt Lake temple. He was baptized on 9 May 1871 in Bloomington 
Ward, Idaho, USA. He was endowed on 1 Jul 1885 in the Logan Utah temple. . 



Second Generation 

2. Jacob CHRISTENSEN was born on 17 Sep 1829 in Kildebronde, Copenhagen, Denmark. 
He was christened on 20 Sep 1829 in Kildebronde, Copenhagen, Denmark. He died on 24 
Dec 1890 in Bloomington, Bear Lake, Idaho, USA. He was buried in Dec 1890 in 
Bloomington, Bear Lake, Idaho, USA. He was baptized on 22 Dec 1861. He was 
endowed on 7 Jun 1869 in the Endowment House temple. He married Mary Theressa 
MAYERS about 1856 in Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark. They were sealed on 7 
Jun 1869 in the Endowment House temple. 



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3. Mary Theressa MAYERS was born on 26 Jun 1834 in Ledoje, Copenhagen, Denmark. 
She was christened on 29 Jun 1834 in Ledoje, Copenhagen, Denmark. She died on 8 Feb 
1913 in Bloomington, Bear Lake, Idaho, USA. She was buried in Feb 1913 in 
Bloomington, Bear Lake, Idaho, USA. She was sealed to her parents on 14 Mar 1957 in 
the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. She was baptized on 6 Apr 1861 . She was endowed on 7 
Jun 1869. 



Third Generation 

4. Christen JENSEN was born on 10 May 1796 in Greve, Copenhagen, Denmark. He was 
christened on 16 May 1796 in Greve, Copenhagen, Denmark. He died on 11 Mar 1872 in 
Strohusene, Kildebronde, Copenhagen, Denmark. He was buried on 16 Mar 1872 in 
Strohusene, Kildebronde, Copen. He was sealed to his parents on 27 Jul 1922. He was 
baptized on 22 Jul 1884 in the Logan Utah temple. He was endowed on 31 Jul 1884 in the 
Logan Utah temple. He married Marren JENSEN on 18 Jan 1829 in Kildebronde, 
Copenhagen, Den. They were sealed on 16 Nov 1949 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 
He had other parents. 

5. Marren JENSEN was born on 1 1 Aug 1798 in Tostrup, Randers, Denmark. She was 
christened on 9 Sep 1798 in Tostrup, Randers, Denmark. She died on 3 Dec 1860 in 
Strohusene, Kildebronde, Den, Denmark. She was buried on 7 Dec 1860 in Kildebronde, 
Copenhagen, Denmark. She was baptized on 13 Nov 1883 in the St. George Utah 
temple. She was endowed on 14 Nov 1883 in the St. George Utah temple. 

6. Carl Frederick MEYER was born on 21 Dec 1796 in Fredericksberg, Copenhagen, 
Denmark. He was christened on 8 Jan 1797 in Fredericksberg, Copenhagen, DE. He died 
on 5 Apr 1840 in Ledojei, Copenhagen, Denmark. He was buried on 17 Apr 1840 in 
Ledojei, Copenhagen, Denmark. He was sealed to his parents on 7 Nov 1955 in the Salt 
Lake temple. He was baptized on 5 Nov 1947. He was endowed on 10 Nov 1947. He 
married Marie Elisabeth MORGENSEN on 27 Dec 1821 in Ledojei, Copenhagen, 
Denmark. They were sealed on 14 Mar 1957 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 



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7. Marie Elisabeth MORGENSEN was born on 2 Nov 1794 in Vor Frue, Copenhagen, 
Denmark, Denmark. She was christened on 16 Nov 1794 in Vor Frue, Copenhagen, 
Denmark. She died on 10 Aug 1868 in Murray, Salt Lake, Utah, USA. She was buried in 
Aug 1868. She was sealed to her parents on 7 Nov 1955 in the Salt Lake temple. She 
was baptized on 16 Oct 1852. She was endowed on 29 Apr 1865. 



Fourth Generation 

8. Jens CHRISTENSEN was born about 1778. He married Birthe LARSEN. 

9. Birthe LARSEN was born about 1780. 

10. Jens JORGENSEN was born about 1772. He was christened on 15 Jan 1764 in 
Kildebronde, Copenhagen, Denmark. He died on 20 Jul 1838 in Kildebronde, 
Copenhagen, Denmark. He was buried on 26 Jul 1838 in Kildebronde, Copenhagen, 
Denmark. He was sealed to his parents on 26 Oct 1953. He was baptized on 1 Apr 1948 
in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. He was endowed on 13 Aug 1948 in the Idaho Falls Idaho 
temple. He married Mette ANDERSEN. He had other parents. 

1 1 . Mette ANDERSEN was born on 8 Oct 1769 in Karlslunde, Copenhagen, Denmark. She 
died on 26 Jun 1819 in Kildebronde, Copenhagen, Denmark. She was buried on 2 Jul 
1819 in Kildebronde, Copenhagen, Denmark. She was baptized on 1 Apr 1948 in the 
Idaho Falls Idaho temple. She was endowed on 22 Jul 1948 in the Idaho Falls Idaho 
temple. She had other parents. 

12. Johan Leonhart MEYER was born on 3 May 1758 in OF LEDOJE, Copenhagen, Den. He 
died on 29 Oct 1826 in Ledoje, Copenhagen, Den. He was baptized on 18 Apr 1990 in 
the Washington D.C. temple. He was endowed on 12 Oct 1991 in the Washington D.C. 
temple. He married Thyra NIELSDATTER. 

13.Thyra NIELSDATTER was born about 1772 in OF LEDOJE, Cpnhgn, Den. She died on 
22 Mar 1837 in Ledoje, Copenhagen, Den. 



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14.Mogan Mogansen VEDSTROM was born about 1768 in SEABY, Malmohus, SWDN.. He 
died on 27 Mar 1834. He married Inger FREDERICKSEN) FREDERICKDATTER. 

15. Inger FREDERICKSEN) FREDERICKDATTER was born about 1770 in DAM, 

FANEFJORD, PRAESTO, Denmart. She died on 19 Feb 1821. She had other parents. 



Fifth Generation 

20. Jorgen NIELSEN was born about 1726 in HUNDIGE, Kildebronde, Copenhagen, 
Denmark. He was christened on 25 Aug 1726 in Kildebronde, Copenhagen, Denmark. He 
was buried on 24 Jul 1799 in Kildebronde, Copenhagen, Denmark. He was baptized on 
26 Apr 1921. He was endowed on 18 Feb 1925. He married Maren JACOBSEN. He had 
other parents. 

21. Maren JACOBSEN was born on 9 Apr 1728 in Kildebronde, Copenhagen, Denmark. She 
was christened on 11 Apr 1728 in Kildebronde, Copenhagen, Denmark. She was buried in 
Kildebronde, Copenhagen, Denmark. She was sealed to her parents in 1972. She was 
baptized on 26 Apr 1921. She was endowed on 18 Feb 1925. She had other parents. 

22. Anders JENSEN was born about 1743 in of Karlslunde,Cophgn,Den. He was christened 
on 12 Sep 1743 in Kildebronde, Copenhagen, Denmark. He died on 30 Nov 1827 in 
Kildebronde, Copenhagen, Denmark. He was buried on 9 Dec 1827. He was sealed to 
his parents on 3 Jul 1941. He was baptized on 14 Jan 1961. He was endowed on 15 Feb 
1961. He married Kirsten OLOFSDATTER. He had other parents. 

23.Klrsten OLOFSDATTER was born about 1735 in OF KARLSLUNDE, Copenhagen, 
Denmark. She died about 1807 in Greve, Copenhagen, Denmark. 

28. Mogens VEDSTROM was born about 1728 in SAEBY, Malmohus, Swe. 

30. Frederik OTHESEN was born about 1722 in of Dam,Praesto,Den. He married Sidsel 
RASMUSSEN. 



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31.Sidsel RASMUSSEN was born about 1726 in OF FANEFJORD, PRAESTO, Den. 



Sixth Generation 

40. Niels LARSEN LAURIDSEN was born on 26 Jul 1696 in Kildebronde, Copenhagen, 
Denmark. He died on 20 Feb 1733 in Kildebronde, Copenhagen, Denmark. He was buried 
on 20 Feb 1733 in Kildebronde, Copenhagen, Denmark. He was sealed to his parents on 
28 Mar 1961. He was baptized on 23 Jan 1960. He was endowed on 6 Feb 1960. He 
married Anna SORENSEN. He had other parents. 

41. Anna SORENSEN was christened on 29 Sep 1690 in HUNDIGE, Kilderbound, 
Copenhagen, Denmark. She had other parents. 

42. Jacob CHRISTENSEN was born about 1704 in Karlslunde, Copenhagen, Denmark. He 
died on 18 Mar 1745 in Karlslunde, Copenhagen, Denmark. He was buried on 18 Mar 
1745 in Karlslunde, Copenhagen, Denmark. He was baptized on 14 Jan 1961. He was 
endowed on 15 Feb 1961. He married KRISTEN OLSEN. 

43.KRISTEN OLSEN was born on 9 May 1706 in MOSEDE, Karlslunde, Copenhagen, 
Denmark. She was christened on 26 Jul 1705 in Karlslunde, Copenhagen, Denmark. She 
died on 13 Jul 1790 in MOSEDE, Karlslunde, Copenhagen, Denmark. She was buried on 
13 Jul 1790 in Karlslunde, Copenhagen, Denmark. She was baptized on 13 Jan 1961. 
She was endowed on 7 Feb 1961. She had other parents. 

44. Jens NIELSEN was born on 10 Jan 1712 in Storvorde, Aalborg, Denmark. He was 
christened on 10 Jan 1712 in Storvorde, Aalborg, Denmark. He died on 28 May 1769 in 
Storvorde, Aalborg, Denmark. He was buried on 28 May 1769 in Storvorde, Aalborg, 
Denmark. He was sealed to his parents on 1 Jul 1941. He was baptized on 1 Jul 1939. 
He was endowed on 3 Jun 1 941 . He married Gertrud JENSEN on 1 3 Nov 1 740 in 
Storvorde, Aalborg, Denmark. They were sealed on 3 Jun 1941. 



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45.Gertrud JENSEN was born on 6 Jan 1715 in Storvorde, Aalborg, Denmark. She was 
christened on 6 Jan 1715 in Storvorde, Aalborg, Denmark. She died on 24 Aug 1760 in 
Storvorde, Aalborg, Denmark. She was buried on 24 Aug 1760 in Storvorde, Aalborg, 
Denmark. She was sealed to her parents on 9 Mar 1959 in the Salt Lake temple. She 
was baptized on 1 Jul 1939. She was endowed on 25 Apr 1940. 

46.0le MORTENSEN was christened on 1 Sep 1695 in Karlslunde, Copenhagen, Denmark. 
He was buried on 3 Jun 1754. He married Mette NIELSEN. 

47.Mette NIELSEN was born about 1701. She had other parents. 



Seventh Generation 

80.LAURIDS JORGENSEN was born on 10 Dec 1651 in Kildebrande, Copenhagen, 

Denmark. He was christened on 10 Dec 1651 in Kildebrande, Copenhagen, Denmark. He 
was buried on 29 Nov 1724 in Kildebrande, Copenhagen, Denmark. He was baptized on 
23 Jan 1960. He was endowed on 6 Feb 1960. He married Maren NIELSEN. 

81.Maren NIELSEN was christened on 27 Dec 1669 in Kildebronde, Copenhagen, Denmark. 
She was buried on 18 May 1698 in Kildebronde, Copenhagen, Denmark. She was sealed 
to her parents on 17 Nov 1958. She was baptized on 13 Jun 1958. She was endowed on 
28 Aug 1958. She had other parents. 

82.Soren RASMUSSEN was born about 1665 in HUNDIGE, Kildebronde, Copenhagen, 
Denmark. He married Maren SORENSEN. 

83. Maren SORENSEN was born about 1668. 

86.0LLUFF JENSEN was christened on 28 Jul 1667 in MOSEDSE, Karlslunde, 

Copenhagen, Denmark. He died on 8 Dec 1738 in MOSEDE, Karlslunde, Copenhagen, 
Denmark. He married Kirsten PEDERSEN. 



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87. Kirsten PEDERSEN was born on 2 Feb 1687. She was christened on 2 Feb 1687 in 
MOSEDE, Greve, Copenhagen, Denmark. She died on 12 Jul 1710 in MOSEDE, 
Karlslunde, Copenhagen, Denmark. 

88. Niels SORENSEN was born on 5 Feb 1693 in Storvorde, Aalborg, Denmark. He was 
christened on 5 Feb 1693 in Storvorde, Aalborg, Denmark. He died on 7 Jun 1740 in 
Storvorde, Aalborg, Denmark. He was buried on 7 Jun 1740 in Storvorde, Aalborg, 
Denmark. He was sealed to his parents on 28 Feb 1949. He was baptized on 1 Jul 1939. 
He was endowed on 23 May 1940. He married Johanne JENSEN in Not Married. 

89. Johanne JENSEN was born about 1681 in Storvorde, Aalborg, Denmark. She was buried 
on 1 1 Mar 1741 in Storvorde, Aalborg, Denmark. She was sealed to her parents on 17 
Jun 1941. She was baptized on 1 Jul 1939. She was endowed on 25 Apr 1940. 

90. Jens PEDERSEN was born in 1674 in Storvorde, Aalborg, Denmark. He died on 13 Jul 
1738 in Storvorde, Aalborg, Denmark. He was buried on 13 Jul 1738 in Storvorde, 
Aalborg, Denmark. He was sealed to his parents on 12 Sep 1992 in the Boise Idaho 
temple. He was baptized on 1 Jul 1939. He was endowed on 2 Jun 1941. He married 
Kirsten CHRISTENSEN on 2 Jul 1707 in Storvorde, Aalborg, Denmark. They were sealed 
on 3 Jun 1941. 

91. Kirsten CHRISTENSEN was born in 1670 in Storvorde, Aalborg, Denmark. She died on 
19 Dec 1756 in Storvorde, Aalborg, Denmark. She was buried on 19 Dec 1756 in 
Storvorde, Aalborg, Denmark. She was sealed to her parents on 7 Aug 1992 in the Boise 
Idaho temple. She was baptized on 1 Jul 1939. She was endowed on 25 Apr 1940. 

92. MORTEN OLSEN was born about 1525 in OF KARLSLUNDE, Copenhagen, Denmark. 

94. Niels LARSEN was born about 1666. He was christened on 26 Nov 1671 in Karlslunde, 
Copenhagen, Denmark. He was buried on 14 Oct 1745 in Karlslunde, Copenhagen, Den. 
He was baptized on 4 Jun 1970. He was endowed on 3 Dec 1970. He married Sissa. He 
had other parents. 

95. Sissa was born about 1674. 



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Eighth Generation 

160. Jorgen LAURITSEN was born about 1604 in Kildebrande, Copenhagen, Denmark. He 
was buried on 2 Jun 1680 in Kildebrande, Copenhagen, Denmark. He married Ellen. 

161. Ellen was born about 1604 in Kildebronde, Copenhagen, Denmark. She was buried on 21 
May 1689 in Kildebrande, Copenhagen, Denmark. 

162. Niels GREGORIUSSEN was born about 1616 in Kildebronde, Copenhagen, Denmark. 
He was buried on 15 Jan 1698 in Kildebronde, Copenhagen, Denmark. He was baptized 
on 13 Jun 1958. He was endowed on 29 Aug 1958. 

172. Jens NIELSEN was born about 1640 in MOSEDE, Karlslunde, CPHGN. He married 
Kirsten SORENSEN. 

173.Kirsten SORENSEN was born in Feb 1643 in MOSEDE, Karlslunde, CPHGN. She died 
on 9 Jun 1680 in MOSEDE, Karlslunde, CPHGN. She was sealed to her parents on 19 
Jun 1961. She was baptized on 20 Feb 1936. She was endowed on 23 Apr 1936. 

176.Soren LAURIDTSEN was born in 1647 in , Storvorde, Aalborg, Denmark. He died in 
1728. He was buried on 22 Oct 1728 in Storvorde, Aalborg, Denmark. He was baptized 
on 5 Dec 1947. He was endowed on 28 Jun 1948. He married Anne LAURIDTSEN. They 
were sealed on 28 Feb 1949. 

177. Anne LAURIDTSEN was born about 1665 in , Storvorde, Aalborg, Denmark. She was 
baptized on 5 Dec 1947. She was endowed on 27 May 1948. 

1 78. Peder Andersen SMED was born about 1657 in Storvorde, Aalborg, Denmark. He died 
on 13 May 1708 in Storvorde, Aalborg, Denmark. He was baptized on 1 Jul 1939. He was 
endowed on 23 May 1940. He married Inger Jensen SMED on 14 Oct 1694 in Storvorde, 
Aalborg, Denmark. They were sealed on 3 Jun 1941. 



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179. Inger Jensen SMED was born about 1659 in Storvorde, Aalborg, Denmark. She was 
baptized on 1 Jul 1939. She was endowed on 25 Apr 1940. 

180. Peder PEDERSEN was born in 1648 in <Storvorde, Aalborg, Denmark>. 

182. Christen CHRISTENSEN was born about 1644 in Storvorde, Aalborg, Denmark. He was 
baptized on 5 Aug 1992 in the Boise Idaho temple. He was endowed on 7 Nov 1992 in the 
Boise Idaho temple. He married Maren CHRISTENSEN about 1669 in Storvorde, Aalborg, 
Denmark. They were sealed on 6 Jan 1993 in the Boise Idaho temple. 

183. Maren CHRISTENSEN was born about 1642 in Storvorde, Aalborg, Denmark. She died 
on 23 Dec 1712 in Storvorde, Aalborg, Denmark. She was buried on 23 Dec 1712 in 
Storvorde, Aalborg, Denmark. She was baptized on 1 Jul 1939. She was endowed on 25 
Apr 1940 in the Manti Utah temple. 

188.LAURIDTZ NIELSEN was born about 1639 in OF KARLSLUNDE, Copenhagen, Den. He 
was buried on 14 Apr 1705. He married Bryette SORENSEN Birgitte. 

189.Bryette SORENSEN Birgitte was born about 1638. She was buried on 13 May 1708. 



Ninth Generation 

344. Niels OLUFSEN was born about 1610. He married KRISTEN. 

345.KRISTEN was born about 1613. 

346.Soren JENSEN was born in Oct 1599 in MOSEDE, Karlslunde, CPHGN. He died on 27 
Jun 1684 in Karlslunde, Copenhagen, Denmark. He married Ane ANDERSEN. 



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347. Ane ANDERSEN was born about 1607 in Karlslunde, Copenhagen, Denmark. She died 
on 9 Nov 1688 in Karlslunde, Copenhagen, Denmark. She was buried on 9 Nov 1688 in 
Karlslunde, Copenhagen, Denmark. 



Tenth Generation 



694. Anders PEDERSEN was born about 1577. 



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Descendants of John W LONG and MARY CHRISTENSEN 



First Generation 

I.John WILLIAM LONG was born on 15 Oct 1862 in Ogden, Weber, Utah. He was 
christened in Ogden, Weber, Utah. He died on 31 Mar 1927 in Rexburg, Madison, Idaho, 
USA. He was buried on 2 Apr 1927 in Sugar City, Madison, Idaho, USA. He was sealed 
to his parents on 7 Sep 1932 in the Salt Lake temple. He was baptized on 9 May 1871 in 
Bloomington Ward, Idaho, USA. He was endowed on 1 Jul 1885 in the Logan Utah 
temple. 

John married (1) Mary CHRISTENSEN daughter of Jacob CHRISTENSEN and Mary 
Theressa MAYERS on 1 Jul 1885 in Logan, Cache, Utah, USA. They were sealed on 1 
Jul 1885 in the Logan Utah temple. Mary was born on 5 May 1867 in Bloomington, Bear 
Lake, Idaho, USA. She was christened in Bloomington, Bear Lake, Idaho, USA. She died 
on 12 Apr 1913 in Bloomington, Bear Lake, Idaho, USA. She was buried on 15 Apr 1913 
in Sugar City, Madison, Idaho, USA. She was sealed to her parents on 1 Jul 1885 in the 
Logan Utah temple. She was baptized on 15 Sep 1875 in Bloomington, Bear Lake, Idaho, 
USA. She was endowed on 1 Jul 1885 in the Logan Utah temple. 

They had the following children: 

2 F i. Mary Estella LONG was born on 22 Apr 1886. She died on 12 May 1964. 

3 F ii. Clara Elizabeth LONG was born on 2 Jun 1888. She died on 26 Mar 1974. 

4 F iii. Leah Pearl LONG was born on 1 Jan 1890. She died on 1 Jun 1947. 

5 F iv. Alice Seville LONG was born on 1 Dec 1891. She died on 11 Aug 1972. 

6 M v. John Royal LONG was born on 3 Feb 1894. He died on 19 Oct 1964. 



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+ 7F vi. Martha Delphia LONG was born on 30 Sep 1895. She died on 5 Aug 

1980. 

8 F vii. Bessie Lavina LONG was born on 1 1 Dec 1898 in Bloomington, Bear 

Lake, Idaho, USA. She was christened in Bloomington, Bear Lake, Id. She 
died on 8 Jul 1900 in Bloomington, Bear Lake, Idaho, USA. She was born 
in the covenant. Because She died as a child, baptism and endowment are 
not necessary. 

+ 9 F viii. Chrissie Tressa LONG was born on 13 Jan 1900. She died on 13 Dec 

1983. 

+ 10 F ix. Sarah Ellen LONG was born on 2 Dec 1902. She died on 9 Apr 1985. 

+ 1 1 F x. Ruby Fern LONG was born on 4 Mar 1906. She died on 7 Feb 1948. 

+ 12 M xi. Glenn Christensen LONG was born on 3 Feb 1909. He died on 23 Oct 

1956. 



John married (2) Eugenie VIRGIN daughter of Amos Moses VIRGIN and Sarah Frances 
MERKLEY on 19 Nov 1913 in Salt Lake City, Utah. They were sealed on 19 Nov 1913 in 
the Salt Lake temple. Eugenie was born on 8 Mar 1889 in St Charles, Bear Lake, Idaho, 
USA. She died on 28 Oct 1965 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. She was buried on 
30 Oct 1965 in Sugar City, Madison, Idaho, USA. She was born in the covenant. She was 
baptized on 4 Jul 1897. She was endowed on 19 Nov 1913 in the Salt Lake temple. 

They had the following children: 

13 F xii. Frances LONG was born on 10 Oct 1914. She died on 22 Mar 1971. 



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+ 14 M xiii. Evan Virgin LONG was born on 21 Jul 1916. He died on 1 1 Aug 2004. 



+ 1 5 M xiv. Mark Virgin LONG was born on 22 Nov 1 91 8. He died on 6 Dec 1 974. 



+ 16 M xv. Grant Virgin LONG was born on 12 Jan 1921. He died on 12 Jan 2005. 



+ 17 M xvi. Clifford Virgin LONG was born on 18 Jun 1924. He died on 4 Jan 2002. 



Second Generation 

2. Mary Estella LONG (John WILLIAM) was born on 22 Apr 1886 in Bloomington, Bear 
Lake, Idaho, USA. She was christened in Bloomington, Bear Lake, Id. She died on 12 May 
1964 in Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho, USA. She was buried on 15 May 1964 in Idaho Falls, 
Bonneville, Idaho, USA. She was born in the covenant. She was baptized on 2 Aug 
1894. She was endowed on 16 May 1906. 

Mary married Brigham Jefferson ANDERSON II son of Brigham Jefferson ANDERSON 
and Rachel WOODHOUSE on 15 Dec 1904 in Paris, Bear Lake, Idaho, USA. They were 
sealed on 16 May 1906 in the Salt Lake temple. Brigham was born on 11 Dec 1885 in 
Lehi, Utah, Utah. He was christened in Mar 1885 in Lehi, Utah. He died on 5 Feb 1949 in 
Reading, Shasta, California. He was buried on 12 Feb 1949 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, 
Idaho, USA, Rose Hill. He was sealed to his parents on 3 Dec 1886. He was baptized on 
15 Apr 1894. He was endowed on 16 May 1906. 

They had the following children: 

+ 18 M i. Leon Woodhouse ANDERSON was born on 15 Apr 1905. He died in 

<0075/1980>. 

+ 19 F ii. Mary Estella ANDERSON was born on 3 Jun 1908. She died on 5 May 

1967. 



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+ 20 F iii. Lois ANDERSON was born on 26 Feb 1915. 

3. Clara Elizabeth LONG (John WILLIAM) was born on 2 Jun 1888 in Bloomington, Bear 
Lake, Idaho, USA. She died on 26 Mar 1974 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. She 
was buried on 29 Mar 1974 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. She was born in the 
covenant. She was baptized on 2 Jun 1896. She was endowed on 4 Oct 1911. 

Clara married John Bethuel THATCHER III son of John Bethuel THATCHER II and Nellie 
MUIR on 4 Oct 191 1 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, USA. They were sealed on 4 Oct 
1911 in the Salt Lake temple. John was born on 1 7 Aug 1 886 in Eagle Rock (Idaho Falls), 
Bonneville, Idaho, USA. He died on 25 Feb 1971 in Ogden, Weber, Utah. He was buried 
in Feb 1971 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, USA, Rose Hill Cemetery. He was born in 
the covenant. He was baptized on 17 Aug 1895. He was endowed on 14 Oct 1908 in the 
Salt Lake temple. 

They had the following children: 

+ 21 M i. Reid B THATCHER was born on 6 Sep 1912. 

+ 22 M ii. Max THATCHER was born on 19 Dec 1913. 

+ 23 F iii. Afton Elizabeth THATCHER was born on 14 Oct 1915. 

24 M iv. Loal Preston THATCHER was born on 7 Sep 1917 in Idaho Falls, 

Bonneville, Idaho, USA. He died on 8 Jan 1918. He was born in the 
covenant. Because He died as a child, baptism and endowment are not 
necessary. 

+ 25 F v. Sarah Ellen THATCHER was born on 24 Jan 1919. 

+ 26 F vi. Estella THATCHER was born on 17 Sep 1920. 



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27 M vii. John Garry THATCHER was born on 17 Oct 1922 in Idaho Falls, 

Bonneville, Idaho, USA. He died on 25 Sep 1943 in Gulf of Salerno, Italy. 
He was born in the covenant. He was baptized on 29 Mar 1931. He was 
endowed on 26 Apr 1948. 

28 F viii. Norma Louise THATCHER was born on 28 Feb 1925. 

29 F ix. Clara Beth THATCHER was born on 8 Apr 1927. 

4. Leah Pearl LONG (John WILLIAM) was born on 1 Jan 1890 in Bloomington, Bear Lake, 
Idaho, USA. She was christened in Bloomington, Bear Lake, Id. She died on 1 Jun 1947 in 
Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. She was buried on 4 Jun 1947 in Pocatello, 
Bannock, Idaho, USA. She was born in the covenant. She was baptized on 29 Apr 1898. 
She was endowed on 4 Oct 1911. 

Leah married WILLIAM Joshua BRIAN son of Daniel Gross BRIAN and Martha Elizabeth 
ASH WORTH on 4 Oct 191 1 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, USA. They were sealed 
on 4 Oct 191 1 in the Salt Lake temple. WILLIAM was born on 19 Jun 1885 in Salt Lake 
City, Salt Lake, Utah, USA. He died on 21 Dec 1940 in Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho, USA. 
He was buried on 24 Dec 1940 in Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho, USA. He was born in the 

covenant. He was baptized on 3 Aug 1893 in Lewisville, Idaho, USA. He was endowed 
on 4 Oct 191 1 in the Salt Lake temple. 

They had the following children: 

30 M i. John WILLIAM BRIAN was born on 7 Jul 1912. He died on 30 May 1980. 

31 F ii. Mary Leah BRIAN was born on 5 Sep 1913 in Rexburg, Madison, Idaho, 

USA. She died on 5 Feb 1925 in Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho, USA. She 
was buried on 8 Feb 1925 in Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho, USA. She was 
born in the covenant. She was baptized on 1 Oct 1921. She was endowed 
on 24 Jun 1925. 



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+ 32 M iii. Daniel Garron BRIAN was born on 4 Apr 1915. He died on 27 Jan 1976. 

+ 33 M iv. Kenneth Long BRIAN was born on 14 Nov 1916. He died on 4 Jan 1982. 

+ 34 M v. James Long BRIAN was born on 7 Jan 1920. 

+ 35 F vi. Barbara Pearl BRIAN was born on 3 Sep 1921 . She died on 16 Jan 2005. 

36 M vii. Joshua Long BRIAN Stillborn was born on 14 Dec 1925 in Pocatello, 
Bnnck, Idaho, USA. He died on 14 Dec 1925. He was born in the 
covenant. Because He died as a child, baptism and endowment are not 
necessary. 

5. Alice Seville LONG (John WILLIAM) was born on 1 Dec 1891 in Bloomington, Bear Lake, 
Idaho, USA. She was christened in Bloomington, Bear Lake, Id. She died on 11 Aug 1972 
in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. She was buried on 14 Aug 1972 in Idaho Falls, 
Bonneville, Idaho, USA. She was born in the covenant. She was baptized on 1 Dec 
1899. She was endowed on 8 Nov 1912. 

Alice married Lorenzo "R" PARKER son of Fred PARKER and Mary THOMAS on 8 Nov 
1912 in Salt Lake, Salt Lake., Utah. They were sealed on 8 Nov 1912 in the Salt Lake 
temple. Lorenzo was born on 7 Apr 1891 in Hibbard, Madison, Idaho, USA. He died on 
19 Feb 1976 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville., Idaho, USA. He was baptized on 6 May 1899. He 
was endowed on 8 Nov 1912 in the Salt Lake temple. 

They had the following children: 

+ 37 F i. Mary PARKER was born on 14 Nov 1915. 

+ 38 M ii. Rayo Keith PARKER was born on 28 Aug 1917. 

+ 39 F iii. Roene PARKER was born on 2 Jul 1919. 



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+ 40 F iv. Ruth Seville PARKER was born on 10 Dec 1921. 

+ 41 F v. Melba Fawn PARKER was born on 4 Oct 1926. 

+ 42 M vi. Leo Hale PARKER was born on 20 Dec 1928. 

6. John Royal LONG (John WILLIAM) was born on 3 Feb 1894 in Bloomington, Bear Lake, 
Idaho, USA. He died on 19 Oct 1964 in Portland, Mltnmh, Oregon. He was buried on 23 
Oct 1964 in Portland, Mltnmh, Oregon. He was born in the covenant. He was baptized on 
5 Jul 1902 in by John William Long. He was endowed on 1 1 Nov 1921 in the Salt Lake 
temple. 

John married (1) Maggie Maydell HUGGINS daughter of Joseph Stephen HUGGINS and 
Naomi Elizabeth HOLMES on 23 Jun 1921 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. They 
were sealed on 11 Nov 1921 in the Salt Lake temple. Maggie was born on 13 Dec 1902 in 
Fountain Green, San Pete, Utah. She was christened on 31 Mar 1902 in Fountain Green, 
San Pete, Utah. She died on 27 Mar 1942 in Ogden, Weber, Utah. She was buried on 31 
Mar 1942 in Tremonton, Box Elder, Utah. She was baptized on 8 Aug 1910. She was 
endowed on 1 1 Nov 1921 in the Salt Lake temple. 

They had the following children: 

+ 43 F i. Venice Naomi LONG was born on 27 May 1922. 

+ 44 M ii. Jay Linnoy LONG was born on 6 Apr 1924. 

+ 45 M iii. Royal Thell LONG was born on 28 Aug 1926. 

46 M iv. Joseph Fawn LONG was born on 28 Feb 1929 in Kaysville, Davis, Utah. 
He died on 8 Mar 1964. He was born in the covenant. He was baptized on 
9 Jul 1938. He was endowed on 22 Nov 1968 in the Salt Lake temple. 



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Joseph married Yoshiko HARAYAMA in Mar 1956. Yoshiko was born in 
Japan. 

47 F v. Mary La Rae LONG was born on 22 Jan 1932 in Logan, Cache, Utah, 

USA. She died on 4 Dec 1932. She was born in the covenant. Because 
She died as a child, baptism and endowment are not necessary. 

48 F vi. Sherry Lee LONG was born on 15 Nov 1933. 



John married (2) Gladys about 1938. 



John married (3) Marguerite HALL about 1941 



John married (4) Violet May HOWELL daughter of Charles August HOWELL and Mary 
Marie BOILER on 6 Jun 1956. Violet was born on 12 Dec 1908 in Farmington, Utah. She 
died in Jul 1973. 

7. Martha Delphia LONG (John WILLIAM) was born on 30 Sep 1895 in Bloomington, Bear 
Lake, Idaho, USA. She was christened in Bloomington, Bear Lake, Idaho. She died on 5 
Aug 1980 in Montpelier, Bear Lake County, Idaho, USA. She was buried on 9 Aug 1980 
in Victor.Teton, Idaho, USA. She was born in the covenant. She was baptized on 2 Oct 
1904. She was endowed on 12 Feb 1919 in the Salt Lake temple. 
Martha married Elijah WILLIAM TONKS son of George Monori TONKS and Emily Ann 
LITTLEFIED on 12 Feb 1919 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, USA. They were sealed 
on 12 Feb 1919 in the Salt Lake temple. Elijah was born on 27 Feb 1883 in Morgan, 
Weber, Utah. He died on 3 Feb 1961 in Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho, USA. He was buried 
on 7 Feb 1961 in Victor, Teton, Idaho, USA. He was baptized on 9 Apr 1891. He was 
endowed on 11 Sep 1907. 

They had the following children: 



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+ 49 F i. Maurine TONKS was born on 14 Feb 1920. She died on 12 Apr 2001. 

+ 50 M ii. Loel Elijah TONKS was born on 8 Jan 1922. He died on 10 Mar 2004. 

+ 51 F iii. Elma TONKS was born on 17 Nov 1923. She died on 28 Aug 2001. 

+ 52 F iv. Lois TONKS was born on 4 May 1925. 

+ 53 M v. Garland Calvin TONKS was born on 2 Jul 1927. 

+ 54 M vi. Kent LeRoy TONKS was born on 8 May 1929. 

+ 55 F vii. Nadine TONKS was born on 21 Nov 1932. 

9.Chrissie Tressa LONG (John WILLIAM) was born on 13 Jan 1900 in Bloomington, Bear 
Lake, Idaho, USA. She was christened on 4 Mar 1900 in Bloomington Ward, 
Bloomington, Bear Lake, Idaho, USA. She died on 13 Dec 1983 in Idaho Falls, 
Bonneville, Idaho, USA. She was buried in Dec 1983 in Lincoln Cemetery, Lincoln, 
Bonneville, Idaho, USA. She was born in the covenant. She was baptized on 12 May 
1908 in Rexburg, Madison, Idaho, USA by Eli McEntire. She was endowed on 4 Jun 1924 
in the Logan Utah temple. 

Chrissie married Nathaniel Holmes WEAVER son of Miles Franklin WEAVER and Sarah 
Elizabeth LINDSAY on 29 Apr 1924 in Green River, Rock Springs, Green River, 
Wyoming. They were sealed on 4 Jun 1924 in the Logan Utah temple. Nathaniel was 
born on 1 Jul 1898 in Bennington, Bear Lake, Idaho, USA. He was christened in Aug 
1898 in Bennington Ward. He died on 15 Apr 1980 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, 
USA. He was buried on 18 Apr 1980 in Lincoln Cemetery, Lincoln, Bonneville, Idaho, 
USA. He was born in the covenant. He was baptized on 4 Jul 1906 in by George E. 
Perkins. He was endowed on 1 1 Jun 1919. 

They had the following children: 



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56 M i. Lawrence Holmes WEAVER was born on 23 Jan 1925 in Rock Springs, 

Green River., Wyoming. He died on 26 Jan 1926 in Bennington, Bear Lake, 
Idaho, USA. The cause of death was Spinal Menigitus. He was born in 
the covenant. Because He died as a child, baptism and endowment are not 
necessary. 

57 F ii. Ella Marie WEAVER was born on 10 Feb 1926. 

58 F iii. Crissie Louise WEAVER was born on 14 Mar 1927. 



h 59 M iv. David Clement WEAVER was born on 19 Oct 1929. He died in Sep 1992. 

h 60 F v. Melba WEAVER was born on 21 Jun 1934. She died on 6 Mar 2004. 

i- 61 F vi. Lorraine WEAVER was born on 24 Apr 1941. 

10. Sarah Ellen LONG (John WILLIAM) was born on 2 Dec 1902 in Bloomington, Bear Lake, 
Idaho, USA. She was christened in Bloomington, Bear Lake, Idaho, USA. She died on 9 
Apr 1985 in Murray, Salt Lake, Utah, USA. She was buried on 12 Apr 1985 in Teton 
City,Fremont,ldaho. She was born in the covenant. She was baptized on 2 Dec 1910 in 
by John William Long. She was endowed on 4 Jan 1922. 

Sarah married WILLIAM Keith CLARK son of Eli BELCHER CLARK and Clarinda RICKS 
on 4 Jan 1922 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, USA. They were sealed on 4 Jan 1922 
in the Salt Lake temple. WILLIAM was born on 14 Aug 1897 in Teton City, Madison, 
Idaho, USA. He died on 19 Jul 1992 in Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho, USA. He was buried 
on 22 Ju! 1992 in Teton City, Madison, Idaho, USA. He was baptized on 2 Sep 1905 in by 
Jessie Baker. He was endowed in 1918. 

They had the following children: 



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+ 62 F i. Eva Marcell CLARK was born on 29 Dec 1922. 

+ 63 M ii. Donald Keith CLARK was born on 3 Jan 1924. 

+ 64 M iii. Harold Glen CLARK was born on 23 Aug 1925. He died on 6 Apr 2004. 

+ 65 F iv. Betty June CLARK was born on 2 Jun 1927. 

+ 66 F v. Ellen Louise CLARK was born on 27 Oct 1928. 

+ 67 M vi. John Darwin CLARK was born on 10 Aug 1932. 

+ 68 F vii. Ruth Elaine CLARK was born on 15 Nov 1933. 

+ 69 F viii. Myrna Kathleen CLARK was born on 1 Mar 1937. She died on 10 Nov 

2002. 

+ 70 F ix. Bonnie Alice CLARK was born on 24 Mar 1939. 

+ 71 F x. Dorothy Marie CLARK was born on 21 Jul 1942. 

1 1 . Ruby Fern LONG (John WILLIAM) was born on 4 Mar 1 906 in Lewisville, Jefferson, 
Idaho, USA. She died on 7 Feb 1948 in Glendale, California. She was buried on 13 Feb 
1948 in Forest Lawn M.P., Glendale, California. She was born in the covenant. She was 
baptized on 4 Mar 1914. She was endowed on 26 Jan 1937. 

Ruby married Vaun Eugene FARNSWORTH son of Wallace Franklin FARNESWORTH 
and Maryette MOORE on 16 Dec 1929 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, USA. They 
were sealed on 26 Jan 1937 in the Salt Lake temple. Vaun was born on 19 Nov 1903 in 
Idaho 



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Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. He died in 1994 in Glendale, California. He was buried in 
Forest LAWN M P, Glendale, California. He was baptized in Oct 1913. He was endowed 
on 26 Jan 1937 in the Salt Lake temple. 

They had the following children: 

h 72 M i. Gordon Vaun FARNSWORTH was born on 22 Oct 1932. 

12. Glenn Christensen LONG (John WILLIAM) was born on 3 Feb 1909 in Rexburg, 
Madison, Idaho, USA. He died on 23 Oct 1956 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. 
He was buried on 26 Oct 1956 in Ammon, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. He was born in the 
covenant. He was baptized on 30 Jun 1917 in By J. W. Long. He was endowed on 6 Dec 
1934 in the Logan Utah temple. 

Glenn married Hazel Almeda HYMAS daughter of Bert Simpson HYMAS and Mary 
PERRY on 15 Dec 1932 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. They were sealed on 6 
Dec 1934 in the Logan Utah temple. Hazel was born on 26 Sep 1913 in Perry, Franklin, 
Idaho, USA. She was baptized on 12 Jul 1923. She was endowed on 6 Dec 1934 in the 
Logan Utah temple. 

They had the following children: 

73 F i. Mary Elda LONG was born on 7 Jan 1934 in Rigby, Jefferson, Idaho, 

USA. She died on 22 Mar 1934. She was sealed to her parents on 6 Dec 
1934 in the Logan Utah temple. Because She died as a child, baptism and 
endowment are not necessary. 

h 74 M ii. Lester Bert LONG was born on 17 Oct 1935. 

i- 75 M iii. DarreN Glenn LONG was born on 31 Mar 1939. 

i- 76 F iv. Maxine Gwen LONG was born on 18 Nov 1941. 



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+ 77 F v. Ardith Ann LONG was born on 13 Jun 1944. 

+ 78 M vi. Gaylen Clifford LONG was born on 29 Oct 1948. 

13. Frances LONG (John WILLIAM) was born on 10 Oct 1914 in Rexburg, Madison, Idaho, 
USA. She died on 22 Mar 1971 in North Hollywood, California. She was born in the 
covenant. She was baptized in Nov 1922 in Rexburg, Madison, Idaho, USA by John 
William Long. She was endowed on 6 May 1975 in the Provo Utah temple. 

Frances married (1) Joseph Clyde HOCHSTRASSER son of Joseph A. 
HOCHSTRASSER and Alice FULLMER on 1 1 Jun 1938 in Vale, Oregon. Joseph was 
born on 28 Oct 1892 in Providence, Utah. He was baptized in 1901 in Haden, Idaho, USA 
by Alma Fullmer. 

They had the following children: 

+ 79 F i. Julie Frances HOCHSTRASSER was born on 3 Jun 1943. 

Frances married (2) MURPHY . 

They had the following children: 

80 F ii. Patricia Kay MURPHY was born on 22 Jan 1955 in Denver, Colorado. 



Frances married (3) WILDER . 

14. Evan Virgin LONG (John WILLIAM) was born on 21 Jul 1916 in Rexburg, Madison, 
Idaho, USA. He was christened on 3 Sep 1916. He died on 1 1 Aug 2004 in Salt Lake 
City, Salt Lake, Utah, USA. He was buried on 16 Aug 2004 in Redwood Memorial 
Cemetery, West Jordan, Utah. He was born in the covenant. He was baptized on 3 Aug 
1924. He was endowed on 15 Nov 1946. 



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Evan married (1) Gwendlyn BOWMAN daughter of Francis BOWMAN and Ethel Minnie 
SHRIEVES on 26 May 1938 in Arimo, Idaho, USA. Gwendlyn was born on 26 May 1919 
in Cambridge, Idaho, USA. She was baptized on 6 Aug 1929 in by Winslow Farr at Arimo, 
Idaho, USA. She was endowed on 15 Nov 1946. 

They had the following children: 

81 M i. Brent Evan LONG was born on 14 Aug 1939. 

82 F ii. Caroll Joyce LONG was born on 1 1 Jan 1943 in Pocatello, Bannock, 

Idaho, USA. She was sealed to her parents on 15 Nov 1946. She was 

baptized on 25 Feb 1951. 

Caroll married Charles Richard MYERS . 

83 M iii. Dennis Ray LONG was born on 5 May 1952. 



Evan married (2) Wanda MOULTON on 26 Sep 1987. 



Evan married (3) Barbara Pearl BRIAN daughter of WILLIAM Joshua BRIAN and Leah 
Pearl LONG on 6 Dec 1996. Barbara was born on 3 Sep 1921 in Rexburg, Madison, 
Idaho, USA. She was christened on 6 Nov 1921 in Rexburg, Madison, Idaho, USA. She 
died on 16 Jan 2005 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, USA. She was buried on 19 Jan 
2005. She was born in the covenant. She was baptized on 8 Sep 1929. She was endowed 
on 4 Jan 1944. 

15. Mark Virgin LONG (John WILLIAM) was born on 22 Nov 1918 in Rexburg, Madison, 
Idaho, USA. He died on 6 Dec 1974 in Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho, USA . He was buried 
on 9 Dec 1974 in Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho, USA . He was born in the covenant. He 
was baptized on 2 Jul 1927. 



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Mark married Betty Jo DAVIS daughter of Larry S. DAVIS and Francis Leona ROUSE on 
29 May 1943 in Mackey, Idaho, USA. Betty was born on 27 May 1923 in Aberdeen, 
Idaho, USA. She was christened on 5 Aug 1923. She was baptized on 14 Jul 1935. 

Mark and Betty had the following children: 

84 M i. Larry Grant LONG was born on 19 May 1944 in Pocatello, Bannock, 

Idaho, USA . He was baptized on 26 Mar 1955. 
Larry married Elaine . 

85 F ii. Lorna Gail LONG was born on 31 Oct 1945 in Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho, 

USA . She was baptized on 26 Mar 1955. 
Lorna married Gary HANSEN . 

86 M iii. Gary Lynn LONG was born on 2 Apr 1949 in Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho, 

USA . He died on 1 1 Jan 1997 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, USA. He 
was buried on 18 Jan 1997 in Mountain View Cemetery, Pocatello, 
Bannock, Idaho, USA. 

87 F iv. Linda Gay LONG was born on 30 Mar 1950 in Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho, 

USA. 

Linda married SCHMIDT . 

16. Grant Virgin LONG (John WILLIAM) was born on 12 Jan 1921 in Rexburg, (SugarCity), 
Madison, Idaho, USA. He died on 12 Jan 2005 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. 
The cause of death was Congestive heart failure. He was buried on 15 Jan 2005 in Rigby 
Jefferson, Idaho, USA. He was born in the covenant. He was baptized on 1 Mar 1929. 
He was endowed on 27 Jul 1955. 

Grant married Marjory Mary FLINT daughter of William Gardner FLINT and Verna KITE 
on 26 Sep 1944 in Elko, Nevada. They were sealed on 27 Jul 1955 in the Idaho Falls 
Idaho temple. Marjory was born on 13 May 1924 in Rigby, Jefferson, Idaho, USA. She 
died on 8 Oct 2002 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. She was buried on 1 1 Oct 



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2002 in Rigby Pioneer Cemetery, Jefferson, Idaho, USA. She was baptized on 4 Jun 
1932. She was endowed on 27 Jul 1955. 

They had the following children: 

88 M i. Grant Ronald LONG was born on 26 Apr 1947 in Rigby, Jefferson, Idaho, 

USA. He was baptized on 3 Apr 1955. 

89 F ii. Colleen L. LONG was born on 27 Jul 1949 in Rigby, Jefferson, Idaho, 

USA. 

Colleen married Brad SALMONSON . 

90 M iii. Burke Russell LONG was born on 28 Oct 1951 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, 

Idaho, USA. 

Burke married Donna . 

17. Clifford Virgin LONG (John WILLIAM) was born on 18 Jun 1924 in Rexburg, Madison, 
Idaho, USA. He died on 4 Jan 2002 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. He was 
buried on 8 Jan 2002 in lona, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. He was born in the covenant. He 
was 
baptized on 2 Jul 1932. He was endowed on 4 Jun 1947 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 

Clifford married Evadean FORSGREN daughter of William Glen FORSGREN and Alta 
BERRY on 4 Jun 1947 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. They were sealed on 4 
Jun 1947 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. Evadean was born on 13 Dec 1928 in Bothwell, 
Box Elder, Utah. She was baptized on 6 Mar 1937. She was endowed on 4 Jun 1947 in 
the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 

They had the following children: 

+ 91 F i. Cheryl "Sherry" Lynne LONG was born on 28 Sep 1948. 



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92 M ii. Clifford Scott LONG was born on 31 Oct 1950 in Ashton, Fremont, Idaho, 
USA. He was born in the covenant. He was baptized on 2 Nov 1958. 
Clifford married Annette Susan TAYLOR on 1 Nov 1973. 

+ 93 M iii. Steven Grant LONG was born on 26 Oct 1951 . He died on 27 Aug 2001 . 

+ 94 M iv. Mike John LONG was born on 27 Apr 1957. 

95 M v. Daren Glen LONG was born on 2 Oct 1962 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, 
Idaho, USA. He was born in the covenant. He was baptized on 31 Oct 
1970. 



Third Generation 

1 8. Leon Woodhouse ANDERSON (Mary Estella LONG, John WILLIAM) was born on 1 5 Apr 
1905 in Lincoln, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. He died in <0075/1980> in Blackfoot, Bingham, 
Idaho, USA. He was buried Saturday in Grove City Cemetary. He was sealed to his 
parents on 16 May 1906. He was baptized on 31 May 1913. He was endowed on 12 Oct 
1931. 

Leon married (1) Cassia HUNTER daughter of Herman HUNTER and Fanny Francis 
FAWSON on 23 Dec 1922 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. They were sealed on 
12 Oct 1931 in the Salt Lake temple. Cassia was born on 24 Aug 1903 in Egin, Idaho, 
USA. She died on 12 Sep 1977 in Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho, USA. She was buried on 
15 Sep 1977 in Grove City Cemetery. She was baptized on 7 Jul 1912. She was endowed 
on 12 Oct 1931. 

They had the following children: 

96 M i. Lynn Hunter ANDERSON was born on 16 Aug 1923 in Lincoln, Bonneville, 
Idaho, USA. He was christened on 7 Oct 1923. He was sealed to his 
parents on 12 Oct 1931. He was baptized on 6 Sep 1931. 



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Lynn married Florence Ruth NEILSON daughter of Charles J. NEILSON 
and Lydia ISAAC on 22 Dec 1945 in Chicago, Illinois. Florence was born 
on 



1 Feb 1925 in American Falls, Power, Idaho, USA. 

97 M ii. Glen Brigham ANDERSON was born on 25 Nov 1925 in Lincoln, 

Bonneville, Idaho, USA. He was christened on 7 Feb 1926. He was 
sealed to his parents on 12 Oct 1931. He was baptized on 2 Jun 1934. 
Glen married Carmen Geraldome SAWYER daughter of John Phillip 
SAWYER and Martha Magdoline WORKOMERG on 26 Feb 1947 in 
Hunting Park, California. Carmen was born on 4 Jun 1927 in East St. 
Louis, Illinois. 

98 F iii. Doris ANDERSON was born on 20 Nov 1927. 

99 F iv. Cleon Joyce ANDERSON was born on 1 Dec 1931 in Salt Lake City, Salt 

Lake, Utah, USA. She died on 8 Aug 1935 in Spanish Fork, Utah. She was 
born in the covenant. Because She died as a child, baptism and 
endowment are not necessary. 

100 M v. Ennis Kent ANDERSON was born on 14 Nov 1938 in Shelley, Bonneville, 
Idaho, USA. He was born in the covenant. He was baptized on 2 Aug 
1947. He was endowed on 20 Apr 1962. 
Ennis married Priseilla WILLIAMS . 



Leon married (2) Leah ROSE on 1 Mar 1980 in Blackfoot, Bingham, Idaho, USA. 

19. Mary Estella ANDERSON (Mary Estella LONG, John WILLIAM) was born on 3 Jun 1908 
in Rexburg, Madison, Idaho, USA. She was christened on 5 Jul 1908. She died on 5 May 
1967 in (L.D.S. Hospital, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, USA. She was buried on 10 May 



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1967 in Rose Hill Cemetery, Idaho, USA Falls, Bonneville, Idaho. She was born in the 
covenant. She was baptized on 4 Nov 1916. She was endowed on 2 Feb 1963. 

Mary married Dayle Aldon SANDERSON son of Donald Edgar SANDERSON and Hattie 
Maud CARRIOR on 23 Sep 1926 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. Dayle was born 
on 9 May 1906 in Shelley, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. He was baptized on 24 Mar 1954. 

They had the following children: 

+ 101 F i. Barbara Mary SANDERSON was born on 17 Jun 1929. 

+ 102 F ii. Janett Carrol SANDERSON was born on 19 Dec 1931 . 

103 F iii. Judy Kay SANDERSON was born on 9 Sep 1945 in Idaho Falls, 

Bonneville, Idaho, USA. She died on 15 Sep 1945. Because She died as 
a child, baptism and endowment are not necessary. 

20. Lois ANDERSON (Mary Estella LONG, John WILLIAM) was born on 26 Feb 1915 in 
Lincoln, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. She was christened on 4 Apr 1915. She was born in the 
covenant. She was baptized on 15 Apr 1923. 

Lois married Richard Perry ROBSON son of Perry ROBSON and Pauline Marie 
GIGANDET on 30 Oct 1937 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. Richard was born on 
23 Nov 1914 in Aberdeen, Washington. He was christened in 1916 in St. Marys Parish. 

They had the following children: 

104 F i. Rhea Pauline ROBSON was born on 20 Aug 1940 in Aberdeen, 

Washington. 

105 F ii. Mary Helen ROBSON was born on 3 Nov 1945 in Aberdeen, Washington. 

21 . Reid B THATCHER (Clara Elizabeth LONG, John WILLIAM) was born on 6 Sep 1 91 2 in 
Rexburg, Madison, Idaho, USA. He was christened on 3 Nov 1912 in Rexburg, Madison, 



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Idaho, USA 1st Ward. He was born in the covenant. He was baptized on 9 Jan 1921. He 
was endowed on 25 May 1938. 

Reid married Sylva Lola REED daughter of Archie Fredrick REED and Rebbecca 
MURPHY on 6 May 1935 in Farmington, Utah. They were sealed on 25 May 1938. Sylva 
was born on 24 Dec 1913 in Rupert, Idaho, USA. She was baptized on 1 Jan 1932. She 
was endowed on 1 Apr 1931. 

They had the following children: 

106 M i. Theodore Reid THATCHER was born on 3 Sep 1936 in Ogden, Weber, 

Utah. He was baptized on 3 Sep 1944. 

107 M ii. Terry Lee THATCHER was born on 1 Aug 1942 in Nampa, Canyon, Idaho, 

USA. He was baptized on 6 Aug 1950. 

108 F iii. Jill THATCHER was born on 21 Feb 1947 in Nampa, Canyon, Idaho, 

USA. 

Jill married Dennis JENKINS son of Gerrald JENKINS and Edith Lettie 

CLEVELAND. 

22. Max THATCHER (Clara Elizabeth LONG, John WILLIAM) was born on 19 Dec 1913 in 
Rexburg, Madison, Idaho, USA. He was christened on 1 Feb 1914 in Rexburg, Madison, 
Idaho, USA 1st Ward. He was born in the covenant. He was baptized on 12 Feb 1922. 
He was endowed on 19 Jun 1934. 

Max married Fayett NELSON daughter of Earl NELSON and Nora MANSFIELD on 19 
Jun 1934 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, USA. They were sealed on 19 Jun 1934 in 
the Salt Lake temple. Fayett was born on 16 Dec 1916 in Roy, Utah. She was baptized on 
2 Aug 1925. She was endowed on 19 Jun 1934 in the Salt Lake temple. 

They had the following children: 



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109 M i. David Max THATCHER was born on 20 Jun 1935 in Murry, Utah. He was 

baptized on 3 Dec 1948. 

110 F ii. Linda THATCHER was born on 8 Sep 1940 in Beaver Dam, Utah. She 

was 

baptized on 25 Sep 1948. 
Linda married Grant MYERS . 

1 1 1 F iii. Carol Ann THATCHER was born on 2 Apr 1947 in Tremonton, Utah. 

Carol married Brian JOHN . 

23. Afton Elizabeth THATCHER (Clara Elizabeth LONG, John WILLIAM) was born on 14 Oct 
1915 in Lincoln, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. She was born in the covenant. She was 
baptized on 14 Oct 1923. She was endowed on 21 Apr 1950. 

Afton married Raymond Brown WILSON son of Elbert Fairchild WILSON and Anna Bell 
BROWN on 3 Mar 1939 in Beaver Dam, Utah. They were sealed on 21 Apr 1950. 
Raymond was born on 20 Nov 1907 in Ogden, Weber, Utah . He was baptized on 31 Mar 
1916. He was endowed on 22 Aug 1928. 

They had the following children: 

1 12 F i. Marilyn Gay WILSON was born on 23 May 1940 in Ogden, Weber, Utah . 

She was sealed to her parents on 21 Apr 1950. She was baptized on 31 
Jul 1948 in Logan Cache, Utah. 
Marilyn married Warren B. HOIT . 

1 13 M ii. Stephen Raymond WILSON was born on 5 Oct 1943 in Logan Cache, 

Utah. He was sealed to his parents on 21 Apr 1950. He was baptized on 
29 Mar 1952 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. 



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1 14 M iii. Randel Paul WILSON was born on 26 Dec 1947 in Logan Cache, Utah. 

He was sealed to his parents on 21 Apr 1950. 

115 F iv. Kathlene Ellen WILSON was born on 13 Feb 1951 in Blackfoot, Bingham, 

Idaho, USA. She was born in the covenant. 
Kathlene married J. O. KIESTE . 

25. Sarah Ellen THATCHER (Clara Elizabeth LONG, John WILLIAM) was born on 24 Jan 
1919 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. She was christened on 2 Mar 1919. She 
was born in the covenant. She was baptized on 8 May 1927. She was endowed on 18 Apr 
1941 in the Logan Utah temple. 

Sarah married (1) Henry Alan LUKE son of John Henry LUKE and Ivey MERRILL on 18 
Apr 1941 in Logan Cache, Utah. They were sealed on 18 Apr 1941 in the Logan Utah 
temple. Henry was born on 19 Mar 1918 in Junction, Utah. He was baptized on 3 Jul 
1926. He was endowed on 18 Apr 1941 in the Logan Utah temple. 

They had the following children: 

1 16 M i. Gordon Alan LUKE was born on 28 Nov 1944 in New York City, New York. 

He was baptized on 2 May 1953 in Washington DC. 



1 17 F ii. Lunell LUKE was born on 30 Oct 1946 in Ithaca, New York. 
Lunell married Gaylord Woodruff GARDNER on 12 Mar 1965. 



Sarah married (2) Ralph CHRISTENSEN . 

26.Estella THATCHER (Clara Elizabeth LONG, John WILLIAM) was born on 17 Sep 1920 in 
Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. She was christened on 12 Dec 1920 in Idaho Falls, 
Bonneville, Idaho, USA. She was born in the covenant. She was baptized on 29 Jun 
1929. She was endowed on 2 Aug 1939. 



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Estella married (1) Don William SCHOFIELD son of Lorenzo Amos SCHOFIELD and Ivy 
May DALTON on 2 Aug 1939 in Logan Cache, Utah. They were sealed on 2 Aug 1939 in 
the Logan Utah temple. Don was born on 1 1 Oct 1917 in Roy, Utah. He was christened on 
2 Dec 1917 in Roy, Utah. He died on 2 Sep 1944 in Ogden, Weber, Utah . He was buried 
in Roy, Utah. He was baptized on 6 Jun 1926. He was endowed on 2 Aug 1939 in the 
Logan Utah temple. 

They had the following children: 

118 M i. Dale William SCHOFIELD was born on 5 Aug 1941 in Ogden, Weber, 
Utah . He was baptized on 5 Nov 1949. 



Estella married (2) Lawrence William STIMPSON son of Clarence William STIMPSON 
and Lena WILLIAMS on 21 Jan 1946 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, USA. Lawrence 
was born on 18 Nov 1919 in Riverdale, Utah. He was baptized on 5 Jan 1930. 

They had the following children: 

1 19 F ii. Sandra Lee STIMPSON was born on 21 May 1947 in Ogden, Weber, Utah 

Sandra married Larry L. JONES . 

120 F iii. Wendy Ann STIMPSON. 

Wendy married Charles ASHURN . 

121 M iv. Jeffrey L. STIMPSON . 

28. Norma Louise THATCHER (Clara Elizabeth LONG, John WILLIAM) was born on 28 Feb 
1925 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. She was christened on 3 Apr 1925 in Idaho 
Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. She was born in the covenant. She was baptized on 6 
Aug 1933. 



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Norma married Hyrum John SANDERBURG son of Daniel S. SANDBURG and Susan 
Jane HAMMOND. Hyrum was born on 24 Sep 1919 in Grantsville, Utah. 

They had the following children: 

122 F i. Susan Beth SANDBURG was born on 28 Mar 1953 in Ogden, Weber, 

Utah. 

123 M ii. Jerry Lynn SANDBURG was born on 1 1 Apr 1954 in Ogden, Weber, Utah 



29. Clara Beth THATCHER (Clara Elizabeth LONG, John WILLIAM) was born on 8 Apr 1927 
in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. She was born in the covenant. She was baptized 
on 2 Jun 1935. 

Clara married Joseph William DE YOUNG son of Joseph Andrue DE YOUNG and 
Josephne Pearl LARKIN on 18 Aug 1947 in Ogden, Weber, Utah . They were sealed on 
25 Jul 1952 in the Logan Utah temple. Joseph was born on 20 Sep 1924 in Ogden, 
Weber, Utah . He was endowed on 25 Jul 1952. 

They had the following children: 

124 F i. Diane DE YOUNG was born on 15 Aug 1949 in Ogden, Weber, Utah . 

Diane married Robert L. BODINE . 

125 F ii. Connie Lue DE YOUNG was born on 8 Mar 1953 in Ogden, Weber, Utah . 

Connie married Scott H. LAYTON . 

30. John WILLIAM BRIAN (Leah Pearl LONG, John WILLIAM) was born on 7 Jul 1912 in 
Rexburg, Madison, Idaho, USA. He was christened on 28 Jul 1912 in Rexburg, Madison, 
Idaho. He died on 30 May 1980 in Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho, USA. He was buried on 3 



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Jun 1980 in Mountainview Cemetery, Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho, USA. He was born in 
the covenant. He was baptized on 2 Oct 1920. He was endowed on 1 Apr 1937. 

John married Ruth Nadine HENDRICKS daughter of Felix Mason HENDRICKS and Rose 
HYDE on 1 Apr 1937 in Logan, Cache, Utah, USA. They were sealed on 1 Apr 1937 in 
the Logan Utah temple. Ruth was born on 1 Dec 1913 in Garland, Box Elder, Utah. She 
was christened on 4 Jan 1914. She died on 14 Sep 1970 in Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho, 
USA. She was buried on 17 Sep 1970 in Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho, USA. She was 
baptized on 1 Aug 1922. She was endowed on 1 Apr 1937. 

They had the following children: 

+ 126 F i. Peggy Naidean BRIAN was born on 18 Feb 1938. 

127 F ii. Beverly Jean BRIAN was born on 6 Jan 1941 in Pocatello, Bannock, 

Idaho, USA. She was born in the covenant. She was baptized on 18 Sep 

1949. She was endowed on 1 Apr 1980. 

Beverly married Denis Russell YOST on 13 Jul 1963. 

128 M iii. Scott Hendricks BRIAN was born on 15 Apr 1949 in Pocatello, Bannock, 

Idaho, USA. He was born in the covenant. He was baptized on 1 Jun 

1957. He was endowed on 24 Aug 1968. 

Scott married Maria Eugenia ROBLES on 11 Jan 1973. 

129 M iv. Cal Hyde BRIAN was born on 14 Oct 1955 in Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho, 

USA. He was born in the covenant. He was baptized on 2 Nov 1963. He 

was endowed on 5 Nov 1974. 

Cal married Jana Joy HULL on 13 Jul 1979. 

32. Daniel Garron BRIAN (Leah Pearl LONG, John WILLIAM) was born on 4 Apr 1915 in 
Rexburg, Madison, Idaho, USA. He was christened on 6 Jun 1915 in Rexburg 1st Ward. 
He died on 27 Jan 1976 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, USA. He was buried on 31 Jan 



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1976 in Provo, Utah, Utah. He was born in the covenant. He was baptized on 6 May 
1923. He was endowed on 28 Oct 1935. 

Daniel married Beth WATKINS daughter of Clifford C. WATKINS and Ronella 
ANDERSON on 20 May 1935 in Rupert, Idaho, USA. They were sealed on 28 Oct 1935 
in the Salt Lake temple. Beth was born on 17 Jan 1916 in Mendon, Cache, Utah, USA. 
She was christened on 17 Jan 1916 in Mendon, Cache, Utah, USA. She was baptized on 
2 Feb 1924. She was endowed on 28 Oct 1935 in the Salt Lake temple. 

They had the following children: 

130 F i. Sharron BRIAN was born on 1 Jan 1936 in Montipelier, Bear Lake, Idaho, 

USA. She was baptized on 6 Feb 1944. 

Sharron married Richard T. BENTLEY in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, 

USA. They were sealed in the Salt Lake temple. 

131 F ii. Jannett BRIAN was born on 19 May 1939 in Logan, Cache, Utah, USA. 

She was baptized on 25 May 1947. 

Jannett married Harold E. PAULSEN in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, 

USA. They were sealed in the Salt Lake temple. 

132 F iii. Kathleen BRIAN was born on 19 May 1942 in Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho, 

USA. She was baptized on 23 Jul 1950. 
Kathleen married James E. HAUGHEY . 

133 M iv. Daniel Garron BRIAN was born on 7 Mar 1945 in Murray, Salt Lake, Utah, 

USA. He was baptized on 6 Jun 1953. 

134 F v. Barbara BRIAN was born on 5 May 1948 in Provo, Utah, Utah. 

Barbara married Ronald J. WRIGHT . 

33. Kenneth Long BRIAN (Leah Pearl LONG, John WILLIAM) was born on 14 Nov 1916 in 
Rexburg, Madison, Idaho, USA. He died on 4 Jan 1982 in Las Vegas, Clark, Nevada. He 



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was buried on 7 Jan 1982 in City Cemetery, Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho, USA. He was 
born in the covenant. He was baptized on 7 Dec 1924. He was endowed on 1 1 Dec 1940 
in the Salt Lake temple. 

Kenneth married Ethel HESS daughter of Orin Moroni HESS and Ann Somes JACKSON 
on 20 Sep 1940 in Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho, USA. They were sealed on 1 1 Dec 1940 
in the Salt Lake temple. Ethel was born on 11 Aug 1918 in St. Anthony, Fremont, Idaho, 
USA. She was baptized on 5 Sep 1926. She was endowed on 11 Dec 1940 in the Salt 
Lake 



temple. 



They had the following children: 

135 M i. William Wayne BRIAN was born on 15 Jun 1941 in Los Angeles, Los 

Angeles, California. He was born in the covenant. He was baptized on 26 

Jun 1949. He was endowed on 18 Aug 1973 in the St. George Utah 

temple. 

William married Linda Ruth HILL on 7 Dec 1965. 

136 F ii. Karen Ann BRIAN was born on 21 Jul 1944 in Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho, 

USA. She was born in the covenant. She was baptized on 24 Aug 1952. 

She was endowed on 7 Feb 1970. 

Karen married Earnest Earl SOLOMON on 27 Dec 1968. 

137 F iii. Susan Ann BRIAN was born on 8 Jul 1947 in Las Vegas, Clark, Nevada. 

She died on 21 Jul 1947. She was born in the covenant. Because She 
died as a child, baptism and endowment are not necessary. 

138 F iv. Jan (Jann) BRIAN was born on 29 Jun 1953 in Henderson, Clark, Nevada. 

She was born in the covenant. She was baptized on 1 Jul 1961. 
Jan married Paul Vincent MANJONEY on 8 Jan 1972. 



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139 M v. David Kenneth BRIAN was born on 9 Nov 1956 in Las Vegas, Clark, 

Nevada. He was baptized on 5 Dec 1964. He was endowed on 22 Feb 

1980. 

David married Teresa MAE on 1 Nov 1 975. 

34. James Long BRIAN (Leah Pearl LONG, John WILLIAM) was born on 7 Jan 1920 in 
Rexburg, Madison, Idaho, USA. He was christened on 4 Apr 1920 in 1st Ward Rexburg, 
Madison, Idaho, USA. He was born in the covenant. He was baptized on 4 Mar 1928. He 
was endowed on 20 May 1940. 

James married Cora FOSTER daughter of Joseph Hyrum Foster and Katherine Jane 
SKINNER on 18 May 1942 in Soda Springs, Idaho, USA. They were sealed on 20 May 
1942 in the Logan Utah temple. Cora was born on 21 Sep 1923 in Eight Mile (Soda 
Springs, Idaho, USA). She was baptized on 25 Aug 1931. She was endowed on 20 May 
1942. 

They had the following children: 

140 F i. Cora Jane BRIAN was born on 8 Mar 1943 in Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho, 

USA. 

Cora married Ronald Ludwig NIELS . 

141 F ii. Mary Beth BRIAN was born on 6 Jun 1946 in Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho, 

USA. 

35. Barbara Pearl BRIAN (Leah Pearl LONG, John WILLIAM) was born on 3 Sep 1921 in 
Rexburg, Madison, Idaho, USA. She was christened on 6 Nov 1921 in Rexburg, Madison, 
Idaho, USA. She died on 16 Jan 2005 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, USA. She was 
buried on 19 Jan 2005. She was born in the covenant. She was baptized on 8 Sep 1929. 
She was endowed on 4 Jan 1944. 

Barbara married (1) Ervin Fredrick BOEHME son of Fredrick William BOEHME and Etta 
May TUELLER on 26 Aug 1943 in Yuma, Arizona. They were sealed on 4 Jan 1944 in 



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the Salt Lake temple. Ervin was born on 19 Dec 1917 in Geneva, Bear Lake, Idaho, USA. 
He died in 1988. He was baptized on 4 Jul 1926. He was endowed on 4 Jan 1944. 

They had the following children: 

142 F i. Leah Loraine BOEHME was born on 30 Mar 1945 in Yuma, Arizona. 

Leah married Steven BYTHEWAY . 

143 M ii. Ervin Lynn BOEHME was born on 2 Jul 1946 in Boise, Ada, Idaho, USA. 

Ervin married Re-nee . 

144 F iii. Brian BOEHME was born on 19 Feb 1948 in Boise, Ada, Idaho, USA. 

Brian married Michelle . 

+ 145 F iv. Mariene BOEHME was born on 11 Oct 1950. 

146 F v. Lee Ann BOEHME . 

Lee married Carl Jackson . 

147 M vi. Fred BOEHME. 

Fred married Kristy . 

148 F vii. Caralie BOEHME . 

Caralie married Randy TURNER . 



Barbara married (2) Evan Virgin LONG son of John WILLIAM LONG and Eugenie 
VIRGIN on 6 Dec 1996. Evan was born on 21 Jul 1916 in Rexburg, Madison, Idaho, USA. 
He was christened on 3 Sep 1916. He died on 1 1 Aug 2004 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, 
Utah, USA. He was buried on 16 Aug 2004 in Redwood Memorial Cemetery, West 
Jordan, Utah. He was born in the covenant. He was baptized on 3 Aug 1924. He was 
endowed on 15 Nov 1946. 



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37. Mary PARKER (Alice Seville LONG, John WILLIAM) was born on 14 Nov 1915 in 
Hibbard, Madison, Idaho, USA. She was christened on 2 Jan 1916 in Hibbard, Idaho, 
USA. She was baptized on 18 Nov 1923 in by Sterling Clark. She was endowed on 11 
Jan 1936. 

Mary married Willard GALBIRTH son of William Layton GALBIRTH and Annie Pearl 
CURTIS on 21 Feb 1941 in Logan, Cache, Utah, USA. They were sealed on 21 Feb 1941 
in the Logan Utah temple. Willard was born on 25 Sep 1914 in Rexburg, Madison, Idaho, 
USA. He was baptized on 1 Oct 1922 in by Jessie Porter. He was endowed on 21 Feb 
1941 in the Logan Utah temple. 

Willard and Mary had the following children: 

149 M i. Kent LeRoy GALBIRTH was born on 13 Dec 1941 in Los Angeles, 

California. He was baptized on 4 Feb 1950 in by Willard Galbirth. 

150 M ii. William Larry GALBIRTH was born on 26 Mar 1944 in Glendale, California. 

151 F iii. Patricia Sharon GALBIRTH was born on 22 Jul 1946 in Glendale, 

California. 

38. Rayo Keith PARKER (Alice Seville LONG, John WILLIAM) was born on 28 Aug 1917 in 
Canyon Creek, Madison, Idaho, USA. He was christened on 7 Oct 1917 in Canyon 
Creek, Madison, Idaho, USA. He was born in the covenant. He was baptized on 5 Dec 
1925 in by Lorenzo R Parker. He was endowed on 28 Oct 1936. 

Rayo married Lola Irene MAJIA daughter of Manuel Marcelo MAJIA and Ethel Cumorals 
WILLIS on 15 Jun 1945 in Glendale, California. They were sealed on 15 Feb 1962 in the 
Salt Lake temple. Lola was born on 27 May 1922 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, USA. 
She was christened on 6 Aug 1922 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, USA. She was 
baptized on 7 Nov 1937. She was endowed on 13 Feb 1942. 

They had the following children: 



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152 M i. Gary Rao PARKER was born on 29 Jan 1947 in Logan, Cache, Utah, 

USA. He was sealed to his parents on 15 Feb 1962 in the Salt Lake 
temple. He was baptized on 6 Feb 1955. 

153 M ii. Craig Manuel PARKER was born on 20 Dec 1948 in Ogden, Weber, Utah. 

He was sealed to his parents on 15 Feb 1962 in the Salt Lake temple. He 
was baptized on 12 Feb 1957. 

154 M iii. Todd Brian PARKER was born on 25 Mar 1950 in Ogden, Weber, Utah. 

He was sealed to his parents on 15 Feb 1962 in the Salt Lake temple. He 
was baptized on 31 May 1958. 

155 F iv. Wendy PARKER was born on 23 Sep 1953 in Ogden, Weber, Utah. She 

was sealed to her parents on 15 Feb 1962 in the Salt Lake temple. She 
was baptized on 23 Sep 1961. 

39. Roene PARKER (Alice Seville LONG, John WILLIAM) was born on 2 Jul 1919 in 

Rexburg, Madison, Idaho, USA. She was born in the covenant. She was baptized on 13 
Nov 1927 in by Lorenzo R Parker. She was endowed on 5 Feb 1944. 

Roene married Herbert MITTON son of John Henry MITTON and Ruth RALLISON on 14 
Jun 1939 in Logan, Cache, Utah, USA. They were sealed on 5 Feb 1944 in the St. 
George Utah temple. Herbert was born on 25 Jan 1916 in Logan, Cache, Utah, USA. He 
was christened on 2 Apr 1916 in Logan, Cache, Utah, USA. He was baptized on 15 Mar 
1924 in by Charles Garland. He was endowed on 5 Feb 1944 in the St. George Utah 
temple. 



Herbert and Roene had the following children: 



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156 F i. Geraldine MITTON was born on 19 Sep 1940 in VanNuys, Los Angeles, 

California. She was sealed to her parents on 5 Feb 1944. She was 
baptized on 6 Nov 1948 in by Burt Tidwell. 

157 F ii. Pauline Alice MITTON was born on 18 Nov 1942 in VanNuys, Los 

Angeles, California. She was sealed to her parents on 5 Feb 1944. She 
was baptized on 28 Apr 1951 in Glendale, California by Byron Jones. 

158 M iii. Hebert William MITTON was born on 18 Aug 1944 in Glendale, California. 

40. Ruth Seville PARKER (Alice Seville LONG, John WILLIAM) was born on 10 Dec 1921 in 
Rexburg, Madison, Idaho, USA. She was christened on 1 Jan 1922 in Rexburg, Madison, 
Idaho, USA. She was born in the covenant. She was baptized on 26 Jan 1930 in by Vern 
Bateman. She was endowed on 19 Dec 1941. 

Ruth married Ralph HATCH son of Abram HATCH and Lola LINDSAY on 19 Dec 1941 in 
Logan, Casche, Utah. They were sealed on 19 Dec 1941 in the Logan Utah temple. 
Ralph was born on 26 Jul 1922 in Robinn, Idaho, USA. He was baptized in 1930. He was 
endowed on 19 Dec 1941 in the Logan Utah temple. 

They had the following children: 

159 F i. Brenda Lee HATCH was born on 31 Oct 1942 in Blackfoot, Bingham, 

Idaho, USA. She was born in the covenant. She was baptized on 5 Nov 
1950 in by William dan Spencer Blackfoot, Idaho, USA. 
Brenda married Guy Hinkley KAUER . 

160 F ii. Katherine HATCH was born on 16 Feb 1944 in Blackfoot, Bingham, Idaho, 

USA. She was born in the covenant. She was baptized on 12 Apr 1952 in 
by Ellis Oran Blackfoot, Idaho, USA. 
Katherine married SNOW . 



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161 M iii. Ralph Parker HATCH was born on 9 Feb 1953 in Blackfoot, Bingham, 

Idaho, USA. He was born in the covenant. He was baptized on 5 Mar 
1961. 

162 M iv. Cody HATCH was born on 14 Jun 1956 in Blackfoot, Bingham, Idaho, 

USA. He was born in the covenant. He was baptized on 3 Jul 1964. 

41 . Melba Fawn PARKER (Alice Seville LONG, John WILLIAM) was born on 4 Oct 1926 in 
Hurricane,, Utah. She was christened on 13 Oct 1926 in Hurricane, Utah. She was born in 
the covenant. She was baptized on 30 Dec 1934 in by Osborn Wayne Hatch. 

Melba married Grant Elbert ROBINSON son of Grant Elijah ROBINSON and Sarah 
STANGER on 4 May 1944 in Dillon, Montana. Grant was born on 16 Mar 1925 in lona, 
Bonneville, Idaho, USA. He was christened in May 1925. 



Grant and Melba had the following children: 

163 F i. Julia Coraleen ROBINSON was born on 12 Dec 1946 in Idaho Falls, 

Bonneville, Idaho, USA. 

164 F ii. Di Ann ROBINSON was born on 30 Sep 1948 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, 

Idaho, USA. 

165 F iii. Ronna Lee ROBINSON was born on 16 Mar 1952 in Idaho Falls, 

Bonneville, Idaho, USA. 

166 M iv. Scottie ROBINSON was born on 22 Oct 1957. 

42. Leo Hale PARKER (Alice Seville LONG, John WILLIAM) was born on 20 Dec 1928 in 
Driggs, Teton, Idaho, USA. He was christened on 3 Mar 1929. He was baptized on 31 
Jan 1937 in by Grant R. Jacoben. He was endowed on 18 Jun 1948. 



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Leo married Lois May BROWN on 12 Sep 1951 in Logan, Cache, Utah, USA. They were 
sealed on 12 Sep 1951 in the Logan Utah temple. Lois was born on 11 Sep 1932 in 
Rigby, Jefferson, Idaho, USA. She was christened on 30 Oct 1932 in Rigby, Jefferson, 
Idaho, USA. She was born in the covenant. She was baptized on 5 Apr 1941 in by 
Charles Taylor, Idaho, USA Falls, Idaho. She was endowed on 12 Sep 1951 in the Logan 
Utah temple. 

They had the following children: 

167 F i. Sherry Lyn PARKER was born on 23 Jun 1952 in Rigby, Jefferson, Idaho, 

USA. She was baptized on 21 Jul 1960. 

168 F ii. Jana Martine PARKER was born on 25 Aug 1953 in Rigby, Jefferson, 

Idaho, USA. She was baptized on 2 Sep 1961. 

169 F iii. Cindy Kay PARKER was born on 19 Apr 1955 in Rigby, Jefferson, Idaho, 

USA. She was baptized on 4 May 1963. 
Cindy married Layne PRICE . 

170 M iv. Terry L. PARKER was born on 25 Mar 1959 in Rigby, Jefferson, Idaho, 

USA. 

171 M v. Leo Ned PARKER was born on 7 Nov 1961 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, 

Idaho, USA. 

172 F vi. Tamala PARKER was born on 7 Nov 1961 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, 

Idaho, USA. 

173 M vii. Stevan Van PARKER was born on 24 Aug 1964 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, 

Idaho, USA. 

43. Venice Naomi LONG (John Royal LONG, John WILLIAM) was born on 27 May 1922 in 
Rexburg, Madison, Idaho, USA. She was born in the covenant. She was baptized on 3 



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Aug 1930. She was endowed on 26 Oct 1950. 

Venice married (1) Lloyd Francis BOWEN son of William Fife BOWEN and Sarah 
Florence LOVELAND on 20 Nov 1939 in Ogden, Weber, Utah. They were sealed on 26 
Oct 1950. Lloyd was born on 7 Oct 1917 in Beaver Dam, Cache, Utah. He was christened 
on 2 Dec 1917 in Beaver Dam.Cache, Utah. He was baptized on 13 Oct 1925. He was 
endowed on 26 Oct 1950. 

They had the following children: 

174 M i. De Lloyd Long BOWEN was born on 17 Nov 1940 in Tremounton.Box 

Elder, Utah. He was sealed to his parents on 26 Oct 1950. He was 
baptized on 31 Dec 1948 in by Raymond Hansen. 
De married Judy Ann VAN HORN on 5 Jun 1959. 

175 F ii. Janet D. BOWEN was born on 8 Jan 1943 in Tremounton.Box Elder, Utah. 

She was sealed to her parents on 26 Oct 1950. She was baptized on 1 Sep 
1951 in by Clyde Dernier at Smithfield, Utah. 
Janet married Paul OKAMURA . 

176 F iii. Margaret Carol BOWEN was born on 5 Jun 1946 in Logan, Cache, Utah, 

USA. She was sealed to her parents on 26 Oct 1950. She was baptized on 

5 Jun 1954. 

Margaret married Jeff POST . 

177 F iv. Debra Sue BOWEN was born on 4 Mar 1959 in Caldwell, Canyon, Idaho, 

USA. She was born in the covenant. 



Venice married (2) HENDRSHOT 



Venice married (3) HENDERSHOT 



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44. Jay Linnoy LONG (John Royal LONG, John WILLIAM) was born on 6 Apr 1924 in Magna, 
Utah. He was baptized on 28 Feb 1934. He was endowed on 7 Dec 1952. 

Jay married Betsy Maxine Bailey WYATT daughter of James Levett WYATT and Janette 
Bradshaw BAILEY on 5 Nov 1951 in Wellsville, Cache, Utah, USA. They were sealed on 
10 Dec 1952. Betsy was born on 14 Nov 1930 in Tyhee, Bannock, Idaho, USA. She was 
baptized on 3 Dec 1938. She was endowed on 10 Dec 1952. 

They had the following children: 

178 F i. Mary Ellen LONG was born on 31 Dec 1954 in Istanbul, Turkey. She was 

born in the covenant. She was baptized on 5 Jan 1963. 
Mary married David BARSS on 8 Aug 1975. 

179 M ii. Richard Jay LONG was born on 25 Jun 1956 in Oakland, California. He 

was born in the covenant. He was baptized on 3 Jul 1964. 

180 F iii. Patricia Janette LONG was born on 21 Oct 1958 in Salt Lake City, Salt 

Lake, Utah, USA. She was born in the covenant. She was baptized on 5 
Nov 1966. 

181 F iv. Lisa Jane LONG was born on 31 Oct 1959 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, 

Utah, USA. She was born in the covenant. She was baptized on 4 Nov 
1967. 

45. Royal Thell LONG (John Royal LONG, John WILLIAM) was born on 28 Aug 1926 in 
Clifton, Idaho, USA. He was born in the covenant. He was baptized on 30 Aug 1936. 

Royal married Carmen Mildred BETTERS on 7 Oct 1952. 

They had the following children: 



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182 F i. Diane Marie Bitters LONG . 

183 M ii. Richard Gene Bitters LONG . 

184 M iii. John Bitters LONG . 

48. Sherry Lee LONG (John Royal LONG, John WILLIAM) was born on 15 Nov 1933 in 
Logan, Cache, Utah, USA. She was born in the covenant. She was baptized on 8 May 
1942. She was endowed on 9 Jun 1952. 

Sherry married George Jerald Stanton BAILEY son of John B. BAILEY Jr. and Isabell 
Stanton BAILEY on 9 Jun 1952. They were sealed on 9 Jun 1952 in the Logan Utah 
temple. George was born on 30 Jun 1929 in Wellsville, Cache, Utah. He was born in the 
covenant. He was baptized on 9 Jun 1952 in the Logan Utah temple. He was endowed on 
9 Jun 1952 in the Logan Utah temple. 

They had the following children: 

185 M i. David Lynn BAILEY was born on 17 Mar 1953 in Logan, Cache, Utah, 

USA. He was born in the covenant. He was baptized on 19 Apr 1961. 
David married JoAnna PIERCE . They were sealed in Apr 1977. 

+ 186 F ii. Le Ann BAILEY was born on 21 Feb 1954. 

+ 187 F iii. Kim Loraine BAILEY was born on 27 Sep 1957. 

188 F iv. Tamra BAILEY was born on 9 Sep 1958 in Ogden, Weber, Utah. She was 
born in the covenant. She was baptized on 24 Oct 1966. She was endowed 
on 9 Jun 1979. 

Tamra married Dan Eugene WILDER on 5 Nov 1976 in Sunset, Utah. 
They were sealed on 9 Jun 1979. 

+ 189 F v. Sherry Fawn BAILEY was born on 30 Oct 1967. 



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+ 190 F vi. Trena BAILEY was born on 22 Sep 1962. 

49. Maurine TONKS (Martha Delphia LONG, John WILLIAM) was born on 14 Feb 1920 in 
Victor, Teton, Idaho, USA. She was christened on 4 Apr 1920 in Victor Ward, Victor, 
Teton, Idaho, USA. She died on 12 Apr 2001 in Driggs, Teton, Idaho, USA. The cause 
of death was Stroke. She was buried on 16 Apr 2001 in Cedron Cemerary, Teton, Idaho, 
USA. She was born in the covenant. She was baptized on 29 Apr 1928 in by Ned 
Fairbanks. She was endowed on 14 Oct 1938 in the Salt Lake temple. 

Maurine married Merle Drake Grand KUNZ son of James H. KUNZ and Arleigh DRAKE 
on 14 Oct 1938 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, USA. They were sealed on 14 Oct 
1938 in the Salt Lake temple. Merle was born on 15 Nov 1915 in Cedron, Teton, Idaho, 
USA. He was christened on 19 Dec 1915 in Bates, Teton, Idaho, USA. He died on 18 Jan 
2005 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. He was buried on 21 Jan 2005 in Cedron, 
Teton, Idaho, USA. He was born in the covenant. He was baptized on 9 May 1925. He 
was endowed on 14 Oct 1938 in the Salt Lake temple. 

They had the following children: 

+ 191 F i. MERLINE KUNZ was born on 5 Jul 1939. 

+ 192 M ii. Neil LaGrande KUNZ was born on 1 1 Sep 1941. 

+ 193 F iii. LaRaeKUNZ was born on 9 Sep 1943. 

+ 194 F iv. LaRee KUNZ was born on 9 Sep 1943. 

+ 195 F v. Sally KUNZ was born on 17 May 1950. 

+ 196 M vi. Ryan Merle KUNZ was born on 29 Apr 1952. 



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197 M vii. Von James KUNZ was born on 17 May 1957 in Driggs, Teton, Idaho, 

USA. He was born in the covenant. He was baptized on 5 Jun 1965. He 

was endowed on 1 1 Aug 1976 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 

Von married Sheila Ann REMMINGTON on 6 Aug 1981 . Sheila was born 

on 19 Feb 1962 in Rexburg, Madison, Idaho, USA. She was baptized on 

28 Mar 1970. She was endowed on 6 Aug 1981 in the Idaho Falls Idaho 

temple. 

198 M viii. Phillip SMITH . 

Phillip married Jo Ann . 

50.Loel Elijah TONKS (Martha Delphia LONG, John WILLIAM) was born on 8 Jan 1922 in 
Victor, Teton, Idaho, USA. He died on 10 Mar 2004 in Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho, USA. 
The cause of death was Parkinson's Disease. He was buried on 13 Mar 2004 in Mountain 
View Cemetery, Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho, USA. He was born in the covenant. He was 
baptized on 27 Apr 1930 in by E. W. Tonks. He was endowed on 9 Jul 1941 in the Logan 
Utah temple. 

Loel married Mary DAVIS daughter of Irvin Pitchford DAVIS and Myra Otillie HUNTER on 
9 Jul 1941 in Logan, Cache, Utah, USA. They were sealed on 9 Jul 1941 in the Logan 
Utah temple. Mary was born on 17 Mar 1921 in Emmett, Gem, Idaho, USA. She was bom 
in the 

covenant. She was baptized on 5 Oct 1929. She was endowed on 9 Jul 1941 in the Logan 
Utah temple. 

They had the following children: 

+ 199 F i. Caralee TONKS was born on 23 Jan 1944. 

+ 200 F ii. Kathleen TONKS was born on 31 Mar 1946. She died before 10 Mar 2004. 

+ 201 M iii. Davis Loel TONKS was born on 6 May 1947. 



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+ 202 M iv. Daniel Robert TONKS was born on 17 Jul 1950. 
+ 203 F v. Mary Ann TONKS was born on 19 Apr 1954. 

204 M vi. John William TONKS was born on 16 May 1957 in Pocatello, Bannock, 

Idaho, USA . He was born in the covenant. He was baptized on 29 May 

1965. 

John married Marjolein on 8 Jun 1979. 

205 M vii. Gary Lynn TONKS was born on 22 Apr 1959 in Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho, 

USA . He was born in the covenant. He was baptized on 27 May 1967. He 
was endowed on 20 May 1978. 

Gary married Anetta Marie FOSTER daughter of Faris Willard FOSTER 
and Lucille Nadine RHORDES on 5 Jan 1982 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, 
Idaho, USA. They were sealed on 5 Jan 1982 in the Idaho Falls Idaho 
temple. Anetta was born on 24 Oct 1961 in Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho, 
USA . She was baptized on 6 Dec 1969. She was endowed on 30 Dec 
1981. 

206 F viii. Ruth Marie TONKS was born on 21 Jun 1962 in Pocatello, Bannock, 

Idaho, USA . She died on 21 Jun 1962 in Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho, USA 
. She was sealed to her parents Do Not Seal. Because Ruth was stillborn, 
baptism and endowment are not necessary. 

51.Elma TONKS (Martha Delphia LONG, John WILLIAM) was born on 17 Nov 1923 in 
Victor, Teton, Idaho, USA. She died on 28 Aug 2001 in Geneva, Bear Lake, Idaho, USA. 
She was buried on 3 Sep 2001 in Geneva, Bear Lake, Idaho, USA. She was born in the 
covenant. She was baptized on 28 Nov 1931 in by E. W. Tonks. She was endowed on 14 
Nov 1945 in the Salt Lake temple. 

Elma married Russell Grant BOEHME son of Fredrick William BOEHME and Etta May 
TUELLER on 14 Nov 1945 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, USA. They were sealed on 



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14 Nov 1945 in the Salt Lake temple. Russell was born on 2 Aug 1922 in Geneva, Bear 
Lake, Idaho, USA. He was baptized on 3 Aug 1930. He was endowed on 14 Nov 1945 in 
the Salt Lake temple. 

They had the following children: 

+ 207 M i. Brent Russell BOEHME was born on 19 Aug 1946. 



+ 208 M ii. Jerry Wayne BOEHME was born on 7 Nov 1948. 

209 F iii. Sheryl BOEHME was born on 2 Mar 1950 in Montpelier, Bear Lake, Idaho, 
USA. She was born in the covenant. She was baptized on 29 Mar 1958. 
She was endowed on 9 Aug 1974. 

+ 210 M iv. Garth Tonks BOEHME was born on 7 Dec 1951. 

+ 211 M v. Grant William BOEHME was born on 26 Sep 1954. 

212 F vi. Sandra BOEHME was born on 30 Nov 1956. She was born in the 

covenant. She was baptized on 5 Dec 1964. 

213 M vii. Randy Glen BOEHME was born on 22 Nov 1961 in Montpelier, Bear Lake, 

Idaho, USA. He was born in the covenant. He was baptized on 6 Dec 
1 969. He was endowed on 30 Jan 1 981 . 

214 F viii. Janel BOEHME was born on 2 Jul 1967 in Montpelier, Bear Lake, Idaho, 

USA. She was born in the covenant. She was baptized on 5 Jul 1975. 

52. Lois TONKS (Martha Delphia LONG, John WILLIAM) was born on 4 May 1925 in Victor, 
Teton, Idaho, USA. She was born in the covenant. She was baptized on 28 May 1933 in 
by E. W. Tonks. She was endowed on 7 Jul 1952 in the Logan Utah temple. 



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Lois married Daren T. TUELLER son of Lyman Nephi TUELLER and Barbara Mary 
TEUSCHER on 27 May 1953. Daren was born on 26 Oct 1925 in Geneva, Bear Lake, 
Idaho, USA. He died on 17 Nov 2000. He was born in the covenant. He was baptized on 
5 Aug 1934. He was endowed on 8 Jan 1948 in the Salt Lake temple. 

They had the following children: 

215 M i. Lon TUELLER was born in 1955. 

Lon married Lucy T. . 

216 M ii. Rao TUELLER. 

Rao married Julie . 

217 F iii. Renea TUELLER . 

53. Garland Calvin TONKS (Martha Delphia LONG, John WILLIAM) was born on 2 Jul 1927 
in Victor, Teton, Idaho, USA. He was born in the covenant. He was baptized on 29 Sep 
1935 in by James H. Bahrjun. He was endowed on 19 Jun 1947. 

Garland married Joyce DATSON daughter of Carl Christopher DATSON and Flora 
BELNAP on 10 Mar 1950 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. They were sealed on 
10 Mar 1950 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. Joyce was born on 23 Nov 1932 in Salt Lake 
City, Salt Lake, Utah, USA. She was baptized on 8 Dec 1940. She was endowed on 10 
Mar 1950 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 



Garland and Joyce had the following children: 
+ 21 8 F i. Linn Marie TONKS was born on 29 Mar 1 951 
+ 219 F ii. Garla TONKS was born on 6 May 1952. 
+ 220 M iii. Paul Kent TONKS was born on 1 Nov 1953. 



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+ 221 M iv. Steven Layne TONKS was born on 15 Aug 1955. 

+ 222 M v. Kale Garland TONKS was born on 6 Dec 1956. 

223 F vi. Carole TONKS was born on 24 Oct 1959 in Nampa, Canyon, Idaho, USA. 
She was born in the covenant. She was baptized on 4 Nov 1967. She was 
endowed on 26 Jun 1981. 
Carole married David IRISH . 

+ 224 F vii. Gail TONKS was born on 28 Dec 1961 . 

54. Kent LeRoy TONKS (Martha Delphia LONG, John WILLIAM) was born on 8 May 1929 in 
Victor, Teton, Idaho, USA. He was born in the covenant. He was baptized on 30 May 
1937 in by James H. Bahrjun. He was endowed on 14 Apr 1949. 

Kent married Mary LaFaye JENKINS daughter of Russell Thomas JENKINS and Marvilla 
Isabelle BURT on 15 Jan 1960 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. They were sealed 
on 15 Jan 1960 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. The marriage ended in divorce. Mary was 
born on 19 Aug 1935 in Lund, Caribou, Idaho, USA. She was baptized on 26 Sep 1943. 
She was endowed on 15 Jan 1960. 

They had the following children: 

+ 225 M i. Keary Kent TONKS was born on 15 Feb 1962. 

226 M ii. Stacy Bryce TONKS was born on 1 1 Aug 1964 in Soda Springs, Caribou, 
Idaho, USA. 
Stacy married Rebecca . 

+ 227 F iii. Lisa LaFaye TONKS was born on 27 Jul 1965. 



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55. Nadine TONKS (Martha Delphia LONG, John WILLIAM) was born on 21 Nov 1932 in 
Driggs, Teton, Idaho, USA. She was born in the covenant. She was baptized on 29 Dec 
1940 in by Harve Wilson. She was endowed on 27 May 1953 in the Idaho Falls Idaho 
temple. 

Nadine married Ernest Golden BISCHOFF son of Alfred BISCHOFF and Eliza 
TEUSCHER on 24 Jun 1953 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, USA . They were sealed 
on 24 Jun 1953 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. Ernest was born on 29 Jun 1924 in 
Geneva, Bear Lake, Idaho, USA. He was baptized on 3 Jul 1932 in Thomas Fork Creek 
by John Boehme. He was endowed on 27 May 1953. 

Ernest and Nadine had the following children: 

228 M i. Dale Ernest BISCHOFF was born on 23 Apr 1954 in Montpelier, Bear 
Lake, Idaho, USA. He was born in the covenant. He was baptized on 5 
May 1962. He was endowed on 15 Jan 1974 in the Logan Utah temple. 

+ 229 F ii. Janet BISCHOFF was born on 19 May 1956. 

+ 230 F iii. Diane BISCHOFF was born on 10 Jul 1958. 

231 M iv. Jeffry Tonks BISCHOFF was born on 13 May 1963 in Montpelier, Bear 

Lake, Idaho, USA. He was born in the covenant. He was baptized on 5 
Jun 1971. He was endowed on 4 Sep 1982. 

232 F v. Annette BISCHOFF was born on 9 Mar 1966 in Montpelier, Bear Lake, 

Idaho, USA. She was born in the covenant. She was baptized on 30 Mar 
1974. 

57. Ella Marie WEAVER (Chrissie Tressa LONG, John WILLIAM) was born on 10 Feb 1926 
in Bennington, Bear Lake, Idaho, USA. She was born in the covenant. She was baptized 
on 28 Feb 1934 in Idaho Falls. Bonneville, Idaho, USA by John Boss. She was endowed 
on 5 May 1990 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 



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Ella married Joseph Lee GIANCHETTA son of Joseph Giuseppe GIANCHETTA and 
Caterina D'AGNILLI on 18 May 1947 in Lincoln, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. They were 
sealed on 5 May 1990 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. Joseph was born on 31 Oct 1922 
in Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho, USA. He died on 7 Feb 1987 in Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho, 
USA. He was buried on 11 Feb 1987 in Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho, USA. He was sealed 
to his parents on 25 Aug 1988 in the Jordan River Utah temple. He was baptized on 19 
Aug 1988 in the Jordan River Utah temple. He was endowed on 25 Aug 1988 in the 
Jordan River Utah temple. 

They had the following children: 

+ 233 F i. Sandra Marie GIANCHETTA was born on 8 Feb 1948. She died on 5 Oct 

1996. 

+ 234 M ii. Rodney Lee GIANCHETTA was born on 10 Feb 1954. 

58.Crissie Louise WEAVER (Chrissie Tressa LONG, John WILLIAM) was born on 14 Mar 
1927 in Bennington, Bear Lake, Idaho, USA. She was christened on 1 May 1927 in 
Bennington, Bear Lake, Idaho, USA. She was born in the covenant. She was baptized 
on 28 Apr 1935. She was endowed on 21 Jun 1946 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 

Crissie married Thomas Ross CLEMENT son of Thomas Leslie CLEMENT and Grace 
Ethel TAYLOR on 21 Jun 1946 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. They were sealed 
on 21 Jun 1946 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. Thomas was born on 23 Jul 1926 in 
Lewisville, Jefferson, Idaho, USA. He died on 30 Sep 1993 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, 

Idaho, USA. He was buried in Fielding Memorial Park, Idaho, USA Falls, Bonneville, 
Idaho. He was born in the covenant. He was baptized on 4 Nov 1933. He was endowed 
on 21 Jun 1946 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 

They had the following children: 



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235 F i. Louise CLEMENT (STILLBOR was born on 5 Apr 1948 in Idaho Falls, 

Bonneville, Idaho, USA. She died on 5 Apr 1948 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, 
Idaho, USA. She was born in the covenant. Because Louise was stillborn, 
baptism and endowment are not necessary. 

+ 236 F ii. Valerie CLEMENT was born on 3 Apr 1952. 

+ 237 M iii. Todd Ross CLEMENT was born on 12 Sep 1959. 

+ 238 F iv. Tanice Jo CLEMENT was born on 4 Nov 1956. 

+ 239 F v. Roslyn CLEMENT was born on 3 Aug 1962. 

59. David Clement WEAVER (Chrissie Tressa LONG, John WILLIAM) was born on 19 Oct 
1929 in Victor, Teton, Idaho, USA. He was christened on 2 Mar 1930 in Cedron, Teton, 
Idaho, USA. He died in Sep 1992 in Boise, Ada, Idaho, USA. The cause of death was 
Heart Attack. He was buried in Sep 1992 in Boise, Ada, Idaho, USA. He was born in the 
covenant. He was baptized on 21 Nov 1937 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, USA by 
Ray Andeline. He was endowed on 18 Mar 1988 in the Boise Idaho temple. 

David married Ruby LAKE daughter of Ray Phillips LAKE and Mryle WALTON in Dec 
1952 in Lincoln, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. They were sealed in 1989 in the Boise Idaho 
temple. Ruby was born on 29 Sep 1933 in Thayne, Lincoln, Wyoming. She was born in 
the covenant. She was baptized on 19 Jun 1943. She was endowed on 19 Mar 1986 in 
the Boise Idaho temple. 

They had the following children: 

+ 240 M i. David C. WEAVER JR. was born on 24 Nov 1951. 

+ 241 M ii. Donald Holmes WEAVER was born on 3 Nov 1953. 

+ 242 F iii. Teressa Kay WEAVER was born on 2 Dec 1955. 



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+ 243 M iv. Devin Miles WEAVER was born on 4 Jul 1958. 

+ 244 F v. Michele Lee WEAVER was born on 17 Sep 1964. 

60. Melba WEAVER "Antie "M"" (Chrissie Tressa LONG, John WILLIAM) was born on 21 Jun 
1934 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. She died on 6 Mar 2004 in Driggs, Teton, 
Idaho, USA. The cause of death was Diabetes and Surgery. She was buried on 13 Mar 
2004 in Ammon, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. She was born in the covenant. She was 
baptized on 3 Jul 1942 in Lincoln, Bonneville, Idaho, USA by Lynn Davis. She was 
endowed on 16 Dec 1955 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 

Melba married Darrell Earl EMPEY son of Earl EMPEY and Mildred PRIEST on 16 Dec 
1955 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. They were sealed on 16 Dec 1955 in the 
Idaho Falls Idaho temple. Darrell was born on 31 May 1933 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, 
Idaho, USA. He was sealed to his parents on 17 Jul 1969 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 
He was baptized on 6 Dec 1941 in Ammon, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. He was endowed on 
16 Dec 1955 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 

They had the following children: 

245 M i. Dennis Joe EMPEY "Den Den" was born on 14 Dec 1957 in Boise, Ada, 
Idaho, USA. He was christened in Kuna, Ada, Idaho, USA. He was born 
in the covenant. He was baptized on 5 Feb 1966 in Kuna, Ada, Idaho, 
USA. He was endowed on 25 Sep 1977 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 

+ 246 M ii. David Earl EMPEY was born on 21 Nov 1958. 

+ 247 M iii. Steven Holmes EMPEY was born on 1 Jan 1961. 

+ 248 F iv. Becky Susan EMPEY was born on 12 Jun 1962. 



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249 F v. Julie Lorraine EMPEY was born on 29 Apr 1968 in Driggs, Teton, Idaho, 

USA. She was born in the covenant. She was baptized on 1 May 1976 in 
Driggs, Teton, Idaho, USA. She was endowed on 21 May 1994 in the 
Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 

250 F vi. Laura Kay EMPEY "La La" was born on 18 May 1970 in Driggs, Teton, 

Idaho, USA. She was born in the covenant. She was baptized on 3 Jun 
1978 in Driggs, Teton, Idaho, USA. 

Laura married Theadore James Troy GLAUSER III on 10 Jul 1991 in 
Driggs, Teton, Idaho, USA. The marriage ended in divorce.Theadore was 
born on 14 Dec 1956. 

251 F vii. Cheryl Ann EMPEY was born on 18 May 1973 in Driggs, Teton, Idaho, 

USA. She was born in the covenant. She was baptized on 6 Jun 1981 in 
Driggs, Teton, Idaho, USA. She was endowed on 21 May 1994 in the 
Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 

61. Lorraine WEAVER (Chrissie Tressa LONG, John WILLIAM) was born on 24 Apr 1941 in 
Lincoln, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. She was christened on 1 Jun 1941 in Lincoln, 
Bonneville, Idaho, USA. She was born in the covenant. She was baptized on 30 Apr 
1949. She was endowed on 16 Nov 1964 in the Salt Lake temple. 

Lorraine married Paul Heber STOCK son of Heber DeVine STOCK and Effie SMART on 
8 Dec 1972 in Provo, Utah. They were sealed on 8 Dec 1972 in the Provo Utah temple. 
Paul was born on 24 Apr 1939 in Paris, Bear Lake, Idaho, USA. He was christened on 1 1 
Jun 1939 in Fish Haven, Bear Lake, Idaho, USA. He died on 2 Feb 2000 in Westminister, 

Colorado. He was buried on 7 Feb 2000 in Fish Haven, Bear Lake, Idaho, USA. He was 
born in the covenant. He was baptized on 6 Sep 1947 in the SELF temple. He was 
endowed on 4 Aug 1961 in the Salt Lake temple. 

They had the following children: 



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+ 252 F i. Sharee STOCK was born on 12 Apr 1975. 

253 F ii. Cindy STOCK was born on 18 May 1977 in Tucson, Pima, Arizona. She 

was born in the covenant. She was endowed in the Denver Colorado 
temple. 

254 F iii. Cristal STOCK was born on 27 Aug 1980 in Denver, Colorado. She was 

born in the covenant. 

Cristal married James MCCLAIN . 

255 M iv. Patrick STOCK was born on 27 Jul 1983 in Denver, Colorado. He was 

born in the covenant. He was baptized on 27 Jul 1991 in Denver, Colorado. 

62. Eva Marcell CLARK (Sarah Ellen LONG, John WILLIAM) was born on 29 Dec 1922 in 
Newdale, Fremont, Idaho, USA. She was sealed to her parents on 14 Feb 1948. She 
was baptized on 24 Feb 1931 in by Orlando Barris. She was endowed on 29 Aug 1941. 

Eva married Sam WARNER son of Gotiob WARNER and Rebecca HICKS on 28 Aug 
1941 in Inkum, Idaho, USA. They were sealed on 29 Aug 1941 in the Salt Lake temple. 
Sam was born on 4 Jul 1915 in Onyx, Idaho, USA. He was christened on 14 Apr 1918 in 
Inkom, Idaho, USA. He was baptized on 6 Jul 1924. He was endowed on 29 Aug 1941. 

They had the following children: 

256 M i. David John WARNER was born on 16 Sep 1946 in Pocatello, Bannock, 

Idaho, USA. He was born in the covenant. He was baptized on 6 Nov 

1954. 

David married (1) Katherine M. RICHARDSON on 23 May 1970. 

David married (2) Nancy BIRD on 2 Jun. 

257 F ii. Janice Fay WARNER was born on 17 Aug 1948 in Pocatello, Bannock, 

Idaho, USA. She was born in the covenant. She was baptized on 3 Nov 
1956. 



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Janice married William Lynn POPPLETON on 18 Apr 1966. 

258 M iii. Clark Wayne WARNER was born on 4 Oct 1951 in Pocatello, Bannock, 

Idaho, USA. He was born in the covenant. He was baptized on 31 Oct 

1959. 

Clark married Wendy BLOXHAM on 24 Jul 1976. 

259 F iv. Marily Kay WARNER was born on 29 Apr 1954 in Pocatello, Bannock, 

Idaho, USA. She was born in the covenant. She was baptized on 2 Jun 

1962. She was endowed on 1 1 Apr 1986. 

Marily married Randall Joseph ZAHN on 22 Jul 1977. 



260 F v. Eva MaRee WARNER was born on 30 Jun 1958 in Pocatello, Bannock, 

Idaho, USA. She was born in the covenant. She was baptized on 2 Jul 

1966. 

Eva married Alan Brent PARKER on 13 Feb 1982. 

261 F vi. Karen LaRee WARNER was born on 30 Jun 1958 in Pocatello, Bannock, 

Idaho, USA. She was born in the covenant. She was baptized on 2 Jul 

1966. She was endowed on 5 Mar 1983. 

Karen married (1) Darrell Scott MCCLURE on 1 Jan 1978. 

Karen married (2) Micheal Reid ANDEASEN on 15 Jan 1982. 

63. Donald Keith CLARK (Sarah Ellen LONG, John WILLIAM) was born on 3 Jan 1924 in 
Newdale, Fremont, Idaho, USA. He was christened on 3 Feb 1924 in Newdale, Fremont, 
Idaho, USA. He was born in the covenant. He was baptized on 9 Jun 1932 in by Reed 
Larlin. He was endowed on 24 Sep 1943. 

Donald married (1) Marion CUMMINGS daughter of Frank LeRoy Pratt CUMMINGS and 
Anges Estella MCLAWS on 3 Jan 1950 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, USA. They 
were sealed on 3 Jan 1950 in the Salt Lake temple. Marion was born on 10 Sep 1924 in 



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Joseph City, Arizona. She was christened in Oct 1924 in Joseph City, Arizona. She was 
baptized on 10 Sep 1932. She was endowed in 1946. 

They had the following children: 

262 M i. Joseph Timothy CLARK was born on 2 Oct 1950 in Preston, Franklin, 

Idaho, USA. He was baptized in Oct 1958. 

263 F ii. Stella Marie CLARK was born on 16 Jul 1952 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, 

Idaho, USA. She was baptized in Jul 1960. 

264 F iii. Connie Joy CLARK was born on 20 Sep 1953 in Logan, Cache, Utah, 

USA. 

265 M iv. Brian Cummins CLARK was born on 29 Feb 1956 in Logan, Cache, Utah, 

USA. 

266 F v. Nancy CLARK was born on 8 Mar 1958 in Logan, Cache, Utah, USA. 

267 M vi. Kelley Steven CLARK was born on 9 Feb 1961 in Logan, Cache, Utah, 

USA. 



Donald married (2) Althea CLARK on 8 Feb 1946. 

64. Harold Glen CLARK (Sarah Ellen LONG, John WILLIAM) was born on 23 Aug 1925 in 
Benson, Cache, Utah, USA. He died on 6 Apr 2004 in Grace, Idaho, USA. He was buried 
on 1 Apr 2004 in Inkom, Idaho, USA. He was sealed to his parents on 26 Jul 1 941 . He 
was baptized on 16 Sep 1933 in by Robert Stokes. He was endowed on 1 Feb 1945. 

Harold married Joyce LUNDELL daughter of Parley Eugene LUNDELL and Evelyn 
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on 14 Jun 1951 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, USA. They were sealed on 14 Jun 
1951 in the Salt Lake temple. Joyce was born on 18 Jan 1927 in Payson, Utah, Utah. She 
was endowed on 17 Jan 1949. 

They had the following children: 

268 M i. Parley Keith CLARK was born on 27 Apr 1952 in Provo, Utah, Utah. He 
was baptized on 30 Apr 1960. 

+ 269 F ii. Joyce Ellen CLARK was born on 17 Jun 1953. 

270 M iii. Harold Eugene CLARK was born on 16 Sep 1954 in Provo, Utah, Utah. He 

was baptized on 3 Nov 1962. 

271 M iv. Kimball Leland CLARK was born on 30 Jul 1956 in Provo, Utah, Utah. 

272 M v. Donald Ray CLARK was born on 7 Jul 1958 in Pocateilo, Bannock, Idaho, 

USA. 

+ 273 F vi. Sherri Louise CLARK was born on 27 Jun 1960. 

65. Betty June CLARK (Sarah Ellen LONG, John WILLIAM) was born on 2 Jun 1 927 in Buhl, 
Twin Falls, Idaho, USA. She was sealed to her parents on 9 Mar 1955. She was 
baptized on 19 Aug 1935 in by Charles Higby. She was endowed on 4 Jun 1946 in the 
Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 

Betty married Delos Wilder HALE son of Arden Delos HALE and Rachel DYE on 4 Jun 
1946 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. They were sealed on 4 Jun 1946 in the 
Idaho Falls Idaho temple. Delos was born on 2 Sep 1922 in Blackfoot, Bingham, Idaho, 
USA. He was baptized on 14 Sep 1930. He was endowed on 4 Jun 1946 in the Idaho 
Falls Idaho temple. 

They had the following children: 



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274 M i. Gary Dee HALE was born on 31 Jul 1950 in Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho, 

USA. He died on 31 Jul 1950. He was born in the covenant. Because He 
died as a child, baptism and endowment are not necessary. 

275 F ii. Jan Elaine HALE was born on 30 Jan 1952 in Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho, 

USA. She died on 1 Feb 1952 in Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho, USA. She 
was born in the covenant. Because She died as a child, baptism and 
endowment are not necessary. 

276 M iii. Brent Delos HALE was born on 24 Nov 1952 in Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho, 

USA. He was born in the covenant. He was baptized on 1 Apr 1961. He 
was endowed on 12 Jan 1972. 

277 M iv. Danny Keith HALE was born on 19 Feb 1954 in Pocatello, Bannock, 

Idaho, USA. He died on 20 Feb 1954 in Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho, USA. 
He was born in the covenant. Because He died as a child, baptism and 
endowment 

are not necessary. 

278 M v. Kevin Richard HALE was born on 27 May 1955 in Pocatello, Bannock, 

Idaho, USA. He was born in the covenant. He was baptized on 1 Jun 
1963. 

279 M vi. Eric John HALE was born on 10 Feb 1957 in Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho, 

USA. He was born in the covenant. He was baptized on 6 Mar 1965. 

280 M vii. Arden Jay HALE was born on 21 Nov 1958 in Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho, 

USA. He died on 21 Nov 1958 in Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho, USA. He 
was born in the covenant. Because He died as a child, baptism and 
endowment are not necessary. 



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281 M viii. David Wendell HALE was born on 22 May 1961 in Pocatello, Bannock, 

Idaho, USA. He was baptized on 5 Jul 1969. 

282 M ix. Gordon Ray HALE was born on 5 Mar 1963 in Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho, 

USA. He was baptized on 28 Mar 1971. 

66. Ellen Louise CLARK (Sarah Ellen LONG, John WILLIAM) was born on 27 Oct 1928 in 
Buhl, Twin Falls, Idaho, USA. She was christened on 2 Dec 1928 in Buhl, Twin Falls, 
Idaho, USA. She was born in the covenant. She was baptized on 28 Oct 1936 in by Eli 
B. Clark. She was endowed on 25 Sep 1946 in the Salt Lake temple. 

Ellen married Mark SWENDIMAN son of John SWENDIMAN and Emma LENZ on 25 Sep 
1946 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, USA. They were sealed on 25 Sep 1946 in the 
Salt Lake temple. Mark was born on 8 Sep 1921 in Newdale, Fremont, Idaho, USA. He 
was christened on 6 Nov 1921 in Sugar City, Idaho, USA. He was baptized on 14 Sep 
1 929. He was endowed on 21 Nov 1 941 . 

They had the following children: 

283 F i. Loretta SWENDIMAN was born on 26 Jan 1948 in St. Anthony, Fremont, 

Idaho, USA. 

Loretta married Brent PETERSON on 25 Sep 1970. 

284 F ii. Ellen SWENDIMAN was born on 20 Apr 1950 in St. Anthony, Fremont, 

Idaho, USA. 

Ellen married Morris HUSKINSON in May 1971. 

285 F iii. Kathryn SWENDIMAN was born on 17 Mar 1951 in St. Anthony, Fremont, 

Idaho, USA. 

Kathryn married Neil HIRSCHI on 10 Jun 1971. 



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286 M iv. Mark Lynn SWENDIMAN was born on 5 Feb 1952 in St. Anthony, 

Fremont, Idaho, USA. He died on 5 Feb 1952 in St. Anthony, Fremont, 
Idaho, USA. 

287 F v. Ilene SWENDIMAN was born on 1 Sep 1953 in Rexburg, Madison, Idaho, 

USA. 

Ilene married David LEWIS on 3 Sep 1976. 

288 M vi. Larry SWENDIMAN was born on 26 Jan 1955 in Rexburg, Madison, Idaho, 

USA. 

Larry married Susan JONES . 

289 F vii. Wendy SWENDIMAN was born on 26 Jun 1961 in Rexburg, Madison, 

Idaho, USA. 

Wendy married Trent TWIGGS . 

67. John Darwin CLARK (Sarah Ellen LONG, John WILLIAM) was born on 10 Aug 1932 in 
Benson, Cache, Utah, USA. He was christened in Sep 1932. He was born in the 
covenant. He was baptized on 10 Aug 1940. He was endowed on 10 Apr 1953. 

John married (1) Barbara . 



John married (2) Lena Flora SPEAS daughter of William Edwin SPEAS and Violet Elvira 
HAMMER on 10 Apr 1953 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. They were sealed on 
10 Apr 1953 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. Lena was born on 3 Dec 1933 in Woodville, 
Bingham, Idaho, USA. She was christened on 4 Mar 1934 in Woodville, Bingham, Idaho, 
USA. She was baptized on 3 Jan 1942. She was endowed on 10 Apr 1953 in the Idaho 
Falls Idaho temple. 

They had the following children: 



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290 M i. Scott Dee CLARK was born on 16 Jan 1955 in Tacoma, Pierce, 

Washington. 

291 M ii. Ken John CLARK was born on 7 Oct 1956 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, 

Idaho, USA. 

292 M iii. Jody Lin CLARK was born on 17 Jul 1959 in Logan, Cache, Utah, USA. 

293 F iv. Julie Kae CLARK was born on 27 May 1960 in Logan, Cache, Utah, USA. 

294 M v. Lee Jay CLARK was born on 8 Feb 1962 in Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho, 

USA. 

295 M vi. Jamie William CLARK was born on 17 Aug 1962 in Pocatello, Bannock, 

Idaho, USA. 

68. Ruth Elaine CLARK (Sarah Ellen LONG, John WILLIAM) was bom on 15 Nov 1933 in 
Tremonton, Box Elder, Utah. She was christened on 3 Dec 1933 in Black Pine, 
Tremonton, Utah. She was born in the covenant. She was baptized on 1 1 Jan 1942 in by 
Don Keith Clark. She was endowed on 27 Aug 1954 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 

Ruth married Cluade B. COBIA on 27 Aug 1954 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. 
They were sealed on 27 Aug 1954 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. Cluade was born on 3 

Jul 1932 in Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho, USA. He was baptized on 7 Jul 1942. He was 
endowed on 27 Aug 1954. 

They had the following children: 

296 M i. Michael Claude COBIA was born on 3 Jul 1955 in Pocatello, Bannock, 

Idaho, USA. He was born in the covenant. He was baptized on 6 Jul 

1963. 

Michael married Caroline GARDNER on 11 Aug 1979. 



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297 F ii. Diane Lorriee COBIA was born on 12 Dec 1956 in Pocatello, Bannock, 

Idaho, USA. She was born in the covenant. She was baptized on 29 Jan 

1965. 

Diane married Jeff Karl NORMAN on 27 Jun 1980. 

298 M iii. Gregory Alan COBIA was born on 21 Feb 1958 in Pocatello, Bannock, 

Idaho, USA. He was born in the covenant. He was baptized on 4 Mar 

1966. 

Gregory married Tina DORMAN on 15 May 1982. 

299 M iv. Richard Earl COBIA was born on 21 May 1959 in Pocatello, Bannock, 

Idaho, USA. He was born in the covenant. He was baptized on 3 Jun 

1967. 

Richard married Colleen FREEMAN on 27 Dec 1986. 

300 M v. Robert Keith COBIA was born on 17 Dec 1964 in Salt Lake City, Salt 

Lake, Utah, USA. He died on 17 Dec 1964 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, 
Utah, USA. He was born in the covenant. Because He died as a child, 
baptism and endowment are not necessary. 

69. Myrna Kathleen CLARK (Sarah Ellen LONG, John WILLIAM) was born on 1 Mar 1937 in 
St Anthony, Fremont, Idaho, USA. She died on 10 Nov 2002 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, 
Idaho, USA Idaho Falls Care Center. The cause of death was Lou Garrics Disease. She 
was buried on 13 Nov 2002 in Teton-Newdale Cemetery, Teton, Fremont, Idaho, USA. 
She was born in the covenant. She was baptized on 11 Mar 1945 in by Otis Hall. She was 
endowed in 1957. 

Myrna married George William PRICE son of William Lorin PRICE and Grace LUFKIN on 
27 Dec 1957 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, USA . They were sealed on 27 Dec 1957 
in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. George was born on 19 Nov 1931 in Idaho Falls, 
Bonneville, Idaho, USA. He died on 1 Dec 2004 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. 
He was buried on 4 Dec 2004 in Newdale, Fremont, Idaho, USA. 



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They had the following children: 

301 M i. Vance G. PRICE was born on 1 Jan 1959 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, 

Idaho, USA. 

Vance married Wendie . 

302 M ii. Paul William PRICE was born on 4 Jul 1960 in Provo, Utah.Utah. 

Paul married Shelly . 



303 F iii. Janet Lynn PRICE was born on 29 Jul 1961 in Bloomington, Monroe, 

Indiana. 

304 F iv. Meloney PRICE . 

Meloney married Jed WILSON . 

305 F v. Kathleen PRICE . 

306 M vi. Rodney PRICE . 

Rodney married Erika . 

70. Bonnie Alice CLARK (Sarah Ellen LONG, John WILLIAM) was born on 24 Mar 1939 in 
Newdale, Fremont, Idaho, USA. She was born in the covenant. She was baptized on 20 
Apr 1947. She was endowed on 26 May 1961. 

Bonnie married Clinton Christian GROLL son of Christian Oliver GROLL and Irene 
ANDERSON on 27 Dec 1963 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. They were sealed 
on 27 Dec 1963 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. Clinton was born on 30 Jun 1939 in 
Logan, Cache, Utah, USA. He was baptized on 5 Jul 1947. He was endowed on 26 Jan 
1960. 

They had the following children: 



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307 M i. Trent David GROLL was born on 23 Jan 1967 in Douglas, Cochise, 

Arizona. He was baptized on 2 Feb 1975. 

308 M ii. Christian Grant GROLL was born on 7 Sep 1968 in Douglas, Cochise, 

Arizona. 

309 F iii. Laura GROLL was born on 25 Jan 1972 in Gallup, McKinley, New Mexico. 

310 M iv. Matthew Clinton GROLL was born on 12 Aug 1974 in Logan, Cache, Utah, 

USA. 

71 . Dorothy Marie CLARK (Sarah Ellen LONG, John WILLIAM) was born on 21 Jul 1942 in 
Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho, USA. She was born in the covenant. She was baptized on 7 
Oct 1950. She was endowed on 21 Mar 1968. 

Dorothy married Winston Clark CLAYTON son of William Arther CLAYTON and Olive 
Margaret CLARK on 24 Jan 1969 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, USA. They were 
sealed on 24 Jan 1969 in the Salt Lake temple. Winston was born on 2 Dec 1943 in 
Logan, Cache, Utah, USA. 

They had the following children: 

31 1 F i. Mary Elizabeth CLAYTON was born on 4 Sep 1970 in Salt Lake City, Salt 

Lake, Utah, USA. She was born in the covenant. 

312 M ii. Jeremy Dean CLAYTON was born on 6 Feb 1972 in Salt Lake City, Salt 

Lake, Utah, USA. He was born in the covenant. He was baptized on 1 Mar 



1980. 



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313 M iii. Daniel Lee CLAYTON was born on 4 Apr 1973 in San Dimas, Los 

Angeles, California. He was born in the covenant. He was baptized in 
1981. 

314 M iv. Joseph Benjamin CLAYTON was born on 31 Dec 1974 in Idaho Falls, 

Bonneville, Idaho, USA. He was born in the covenant. He was baptized 
on 1 Jan 1983. 

315 F v. Melissa June CLAYTON was born on 27 Sep 1976 in Idaho Falls, 

Bonneville, Idaho, USA. She was born in the covenant. 

316 M vi. Robert Earl CLAYTON was born on 1 Nov 1977 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, 

Idaho, USA. He was born in the covenant. 

317 F vii. Susan Elaine CLAYTON was born on 23 Oct 1979 in Idaho Falls, 

Bonneville, Idaho, USA. She was born in the covenant. 

72. Gordon Vaun FARNSWORTH (Ruby Fern LONG, John WILLIAM) was born on 22 Oct 
1932 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California. He was sealed to his parents on 26 Jan 
1937. He was baptized on 2 Nov 1940. 

Gordon married Faye Ellen Adams TAYLOR on 28 Jun 1958. Faye was born on 9 Aug 
1829 in Conton, Iowa. 

They had the following children: 

+ 318 M i. David Gordon FARNESWORTH was born on 29 May 1963. 

74. Lester Bert LONG (Glenn Christensen LONG, John WILLIAM) was born on 1 7 Oct 1 935 
in Rigby, Jefferson, Idaho, USA. He was born in the covenant. He was baptized on 7 
Nov 1943. He was endowed on 14 Jul 1954 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 



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Lester married Karen Lucille MADSEN daughter of Dermont MADSEN and Geneive, 
ROCKWOOD on 14 Jul 1954 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. They were sealed 
on 14 Jul 1954 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. Karen was born on 13 Oct 1935 in Rigby, 
Jefferson, Idaho, USA. She was born in the covenant. She was baptized on 7 Nov 1943. 
She was endowed on 14 Jul 1954. 

They had the following children: 

+ 319 M i. Micheal Glen LONG was born on 18 Feb 1956. 

+ 320 M ii. David Lester LONG was born on 20 Sep 1957. 

+ 321 F iii. Marianne LONG was born on 20 Oct 1958. 

+ 322 M iv. Bruce Allen LONG was born on 30 Oct 1961. 

+ 323 F v. Janet LONG was born on 1 Dec 1962. 



+ 324 F vi. Laura LONG was born on 22 Jul 1967. 

75. DarreN Glenn LONG (Glenn Christensen LONG, John WILLIAM) was born on 31 Mar 
1939 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. He was born in the covenant. He was 
baptized on 3 May 1947. He was endowed on 18 Jun 1958 in the Idaho Falls Idaho 
temple. 

Darrell married Sharon Irene ANDRUS daughter of Thomas Edgar ANDRUS and Garda 
DOMAN on 18 Jun 1958 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. They were sealed on 18 
Jun 1958 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. Sharon was born on 22 Oct 1939 in Rigby, 
Jefferson, Idaho, USA. She was baptized on 1 Nov 1947. She was endowed on 18 Jun 
1958 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 

They had the following children: 



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325 F i. Becky Gay LONG was born on 10 Apr 1959 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, 

Idaho, USA. She was born in the covenant. She was baptized on 6 May 
1967. 

326 F ii. Natalie Fay LONG was born on 25 Apr 1960 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, 

Idaho, USA. She was born in the covenant. She was baptized on 4 May 
1968. 

327 F iii. Nikkl Mae LONG was born on 11 Sep 1961 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, 

Idaho, USA. She was born in the covenant. She was baptized on 4 Oct 
1969. 

328 F iv. Andrea Kaye LONG was born on 17 Mar 1964 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, 

Idaho, USA. She was born in the covenant. She was baptized on 1 Apr 
1972. 

329 F v. Lovenia Rae LONG was born on 19 Feb 1968 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, 

Idaho, USA. She was born in the covenant. 

330 M vi. Kristen Glenn LONG was born on 8 Aug 1969 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, 

Idaho, USA. He was born in the covenant. 

331 F vii. Almeda Jeannie LONG was born on 8 Jul 1976. She was born in the 

covenant. 

76.Maxine Gwen LONG (Glenn Christensen LONG, John WILLIAM) was born on 18 Nov 
1941 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. She was born in the covenant. She was 
baptized on 3 Dec 1949. She was endowed on 1 Dec 1960 in the Idaho Falls Idaho 
temple. 

Maxine married Richard Dennis BLACK son of Ellis Tracy BLACK and Cleo ANDERSON 
on 1 Dec 1960 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. They were sealed on 1 Dec 1960 



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in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. Richard was born on 18 Jul 1936 in Idaho Falls, 
Bonneville, Idaho, USA. He was baptized on 5 Aug 1944. He was endowed on 18 Jan 
1957. 



Richard and Maxine had the following children: 

332 F i. Sherri Gwen BLACK was born on 17 Oct 1961 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, 

Idaho, USA. She was born in the covenant. She was baptized on 1 Nov 

1969. She was endowed on 5 Jan 1984. 

Sherri married Rodney Lee CLARK on 17 Mar 1984. 

333 F ii. Polly Ann BLACK was born on 6 Nov 1962 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, 

Idaho, USA. She was born in the covenant. She was baptized on 5 Dec 

1970. She was endowed on 8 Sep 1984. 

Polly married Delaun T. MESSICK on 8 Sep 1984. 

334 F iii. Lisa Beth BLACK was born on 1 1 Dec 1963 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, 

Idaho, USA. She was born in the covenant. She was baptized on 1 Jan 

1972. She was endowed on 5 Jan 1984. 

Lisa married Howard R. HART JR. on 7 Jan 1984. 

335 M iv. Richard Ellis BLACK was born on 25 May 1966 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, 

Idaho, USA. He was born in the covenant. He was baptized on 1 Jun 

1974. He was endowed on 1 1 Jul 1985. 

Richard married Angela Fay INGRAM on 9 Sep 1988. 

336 M v. Jason Glenn BLACK was born on 19 Nov 1969 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, 

Idaho, USA. He was born in the covenant. He was baptized on 3 Dec 

1977. He was endowed on 2 Sep 1988. 

Jason married Connie GORRINGE on 7 Jan 1994. 



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337 F vi. Connie Lynn BLACK was born on 27 Nov 1971 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, 

Idaho, USA. She died on 27 Nov 1971 . The cause of death was Stillborn. 
She was born in the covenant. Because She died as a child, baptism and 
endowment are not necessary. 

338 F vii. Bonnie Sue BLACK was born on 27 Nov 1971 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, 

Idaho, USA. She died on 28 Nov 1971 . She was born in the covenant. 
Because She died as a child, baptism and endowment are not necessary. 

339 F viii. Betsy Lou BLACK was born on 14 Aug 1973 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, 

Idaho, USA. She was born in the covenant. She was baptized on 26 Sep 

1 981 . She was endowed on 5 Aug 1 994. 

Betsy married Nathan Lee KAPP on 24 Apr 1993. 

340 F ix. Mary Jo BLACK was born on 6 Jul 1976 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, 

USA. She was born in the covenant. She was baptized on 4 Aug 1984. 
She was endowed on 27 Dec 2000. 

341 M x. Brian Keith BLACK was born on 17 Mar 1982 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, 

Idaho, USA. He was born in the covenant. He was baptized on 24 Mar 
1 990. He was endowed on 1 Apr 2001 . 

77. Ardith Ann LONG (Glenn Christensen LONG, John WILLIAM) was born on 13 Jun 1944 
in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. She was born in the covenant. She was baptized 
on 5 Jul 1952. She was endowed on 9 Oct 1964 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 

Ardith married Fenton Hunt TYLER son of Fenton Charles TYLER and Hortense HUNT 
on 9 Oct 1964 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. They were sealed on 9 Oct 1964 
in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. Fenton was born on 13 May 1943 in Idaho Falls, 
Bonneville, Idaho, USA. He was baptized on 2 Jun 1951. He was endowed on 26 Jun 
1962. 

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342 F i. Wendy Ann TYLER was bom on 15 Mar 1968 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, 

Idaho, USA. She was born in the covenant. 

343 F ii. Allyson Sue TYLER was born on 25 Jun 1969 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, 

Idaho, USA. She was born in the covenant. 

344 F iii. Peggy Hazel TYLER was born on 30 Jan 1971 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, 

Idaho, USA. She was born in the covenant. 

345 F iv. Heather Rae TYLER was born on 15 Mar 1974 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, 

Idaho, USA. She was born in the covenant. 

78.Gaylen Clifford LONG (Glenn Christensen LONG, John WILLIAM) was born on 29 Oct 
1948 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. He was born in the covenant. He was 
baptized on 3 Nov 1956. He was endowed on 7 Nov 1967. 

Gaylen married Nancy HILL daughter of Vernon "M" HILL and Arlene MCBRIDE on 30 
Jul 1971 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. They were sealed on 30 Jul 1971 in the 
Idaho Falls Idaho temple. Nancy was born on 26 Dec 1951 in Rigby, Jefferson, Idaho, 
USA. She was baptized on 3 Jan 1959. She was endowed on 30 Jul 1971 in the Idaho 
Falls Idaho temple. 

They had the following children: 

346 F i. Janae LONG was born on 12 Dec 1972 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, 

USA. She was born in the covenant. 

347 M ii. Jeffery Dean LONG was born on 7 Mar 1974 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, 

Idaho, USA. He was born in the covenant. 

348 M iii. Larry Stacy LONG was born on 26 May 1977 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, 

Idaho, USA. He was born in the covenant. 



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79. Julie Frances HOCHSTRASSER (Frances LONG, John WILLIAM) was born on 3 Jun 
1943 in Boise, Ada, Idaho, USA. 

Julie married John GOODANETZ . 



John and Julie had the following children: 

349 F i. Sonya Frances GOODANETZ was born in 1979. 

350 M ii. Kriss James GOODANETZ was born in Apr 1 981 . 

81. Brent Evan LONG (Evan Virgin LONG, John WILLIAM) was born on 14 Aug 1939. He 
was sealed to his parents on 15 Nov 1946. He was baptized on 21 Dec 1947 in by Ottis 
Hall. 

Brent married Shirlene Fay MARLER daughter of MARLER and Sylvia. 

They had the following children: 

351 M i. LONG was born on 18 Jan in Honolula, Hawaii. 

352 M ii. Kip DeVre LONG died before 14 Aug 2004. 

353 F iii. Kimberly LONG . 

Kimberly married HANSEN . 

354 F iv. Katherine Lorraine LONG . 

355 M v. Kennith Ray LONG . 



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83. Dennis Ray LONG (Evan Virgin LONG, John WILLIAM) was born on 5 May 1952 in 
Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho, USA. He was born in the covenant. He was baptized on 4 
Jun 1960. 

Dennis married Peggy . 

They had the following children: 

356 F i. Jennifer LONG . 

Jennifer married Ryan WARD . 

91 . Cheryl "Sherry" Lynne LONG (Clifford Virgin LONG, John WILLIAM) was born on 28 Sep 
1948 in St. Anthony, Fremont, Idaho, USA. She was born in the covenant. She was 
baptized on 30 Sep 1956. She was endowed on 23 Aug 1968. 

Cheryl married William James "Bill" YOUNG son of Raymond William YOUNG and 
Donna SMITH on 23 Aug 1968. William was born in Logan, Cache, Utah, USA. 

They had the following children: 

357 M i. Chad YOUNG . 

358 M ii. Nate YOUNG. 

359 M iii. Blake YOUNG . 

360 F iv. Jaemi YOUNG . 

361 M v. Zack YOUNG. 

362 F vi. Hailey YOUNG . 



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93. Steven Grant LONG (Clifford Virgin LONG, John WILLIAM) was born on 26 Oct 1951 in 
Ashton, Fremont, Idaho, USA. He died on 27 Aug 2001 in Basin, Montana. He was buried 
on 30 Aug 2001 in lona Cemetery, lona, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. He was born in the 
covenant. He was baptized on 5 Dec 1959. He was endowed on 6 Aug 1971 . 

Steven married Janice ANDREWS daughter of ANDREWS and Jean on 6 Aug 1971 in 
Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. They were sealed on 6 Aug 1971 in the Idaho Falls 
Idaho temple. 

They had the following children: 

363 F i. Dana Jean LONG . 

Dana married Phillip BIGGS . 

+ 364 M ii. Steven Clayton LONG . 

365 M iii. Jacob Andrews LONG . 

366 M iv. John Woodruf LONG . 

94. Mike John LONG (Clifford Virgin LONG, John WILLIAM) was born on 27 Apr 1957 in 
Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. He was born in the covenant. He was baptized on 2 
May 1965. He was endowed on 23 Jul 1976. 

Mike married Janet . 

They had the following children: 

367 F i. Olivia LONG . 

+ 368 M ii. Thomas LONG . 
369 F iii. Stephanie LONG . 



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370 F iv. Missie LONG . 

371 F v. Rebecca LONG . 

Rebecca married Lonnie PYPER son of Lon PYPER and Darla on 13 Sep 
2003 in FALL - Idaho Falls Idaho. They were sealed on 13 Sep 2003 in 
the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 

372 F vi. Anny LONG . 



Fourth Generation 

98. Doris ANDERSON (Leon Woodhouse ANDERSON, Mary Estella LONG, John WILLIAM) 
was born on 20 Nov 1927 in West Jordon, Utah. She was christened on 1 Jan 1928. She 
was sealed to her parents on 12 Oct 1931. She was baptized on 5 Aug 1936. She was 
endowed on 23 Mar 1948 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 

Doris married (1) Asael Don STOLL son of Asael R. STOLL and Hazel Dell BARNHART 
on 23 Mar 1948 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. They were sealed on 23 Mar 
1948 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. Asael was born on 24 Jan 1928 in Salt Lake City, 
Salt Lake, Utah, USA. He was endowed on 23 Mar 1948 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 

They had the following children: 

373 F i. Donna Lynn STOLL was born on 8 Feb 1949 in Blackfoot, Bingham, 

Idaho, USA. She was born in the covenant. She was baptized on 2 Mar 
1957. 

374 F ii. Lynda Lee STOLL was born on 25 Jan 1952 in Blackfoot, Bingham, Idaho, 

USA. She was born in the covenant. She was baptized on 30 Jan 1960. 



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375 F iii. Barbara Ann STOLL was born on 3 Nov 1954 in Blackfoot, Bingham, 

Idaho, USA. She was born in the covenant. 

376 M iv. Steven Don STOLL was born on 19 Oct 1959 in Blackfoot, Bingham, 

Idaho, USA. He was born in the covenant. 



Doris married (2) George GRUBB . 

101. Barbara Mary SANDERSON (Mary Estella ANDERSON, Mary Estella LONG, John 
WILLIAM) was born on 17 Jun 1929 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. She was 
baptized on 18 Jul 1937. She was endowed on 15 Jun 1949. 

Barbara married Robert Glen GRAY son of Merton James GRAY and Rosetta JENKINS 
on 15 May 1949 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. Robert was born on 3 May 1929 
in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. He was baptized on 18 Jul 1937. He was 
endowed on 15 Jun 1949. 

They had the following children: 

+ 377 F i. Rosemary GRAY was born on 5 May 1952. 

378 M ii. Robert Brent GRAY was born on 1 May 1953 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, 

Idaho, USA. He was born in the covenant. He was baptized on 1 Jul 
1961. 

379 F iii. Debora Lee GRAY was born on 2 Jan 1955 in Boise, Ada, Idaho, USA. 

She was born in the covenant. 

380 M iv. Michael Dayle GRAY was born on 22 Feb 1957 in Boise, Ada, Idaho, 

USA. He was born in the covenant. 



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381 M v. Steven John GRAY was born on 2 Dec 1960 in Boise, Ada, Idaho, USA. 

He was born in the covenant. 

102. Janett Carrol SANDERSON (Mary Estella ANDERSON, Mary Estella LONG, John 
WILLIAM) was born on 19 Dec 1931 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. She was 
baptized on 3 Feb 1940. She was endowed on 30 Aug 1951. 

Janett married Don LeRoy MARLER on 30 Aug 1951 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, 
USA. They were sealed on 30 Aug 1951 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. Don was born 
on 12 Sep 1931 in Rigby, Jefferson, Idaho, USA. He was baptized on 28 Oct 1939. He 
was endowed on 30 Aug 1951. 

They had the following children: 

382 M i. Dennis Kurt MARLER was born on 17 Jul 1952 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, 

Idaho, USA. He was born in the covenant. He was baptized in Aug 1960. 

383 F ii. Michelle Dawn MARLER was born on 27 Nov 1953 in Portland, 

Muttinomah, Oregon. She was born in the covenant. 

384 F iii. Lori MARLER was born on 4 Jan 1956 in Portland, Muttinomah, Oregon. 

She was born in the covenant. 

385 F iv. Pamela MARLER was born on 2 Nov 1957 in Oceanside, San Diego, 

California. She was born in the covenant. 

386 M v. Kevin MARLER was born on 12 Jan 1959 in Escondido, San Diego, 

California. He was born in the covenant. 

387 F vi. Karen MARLER was born on 27 Mar 1962 in Escondido, San Diego, 

California. She was born in the covenant. 



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126. Peggy Naidean BRIAN (John WILLIAM BRIAN, Leah Pearl LONG, John WILLIAM) was 
born on 18 Feb 1938 in Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho, USA. She was born in the covenant. 
She was baptized on 28 Apr 1946. She was endowed on 20 Jun 1958. 

Peggy married Larry William SOLOMON on 20 Jun 1958. 

They had the following children: 

388 M i. Larry Kevin SOLOMON was born on 19 Apr 1959. 

389 F ii. Kathy Ann SOLOMON was born on 1 2 Apr 1 961 . 

145.Marlene BOEHME (Barbara Pearl BRIAN, Leah Pearl LONG, John WILLIAM) was born 
on 11 Oct 1950 in Boise, Ada, Idaho, USA. 

Marlene married Bruce OLSEN . 



Bruce and Marlene had the following children: 

390 M i. Chris OLSEN . 

186. Le Ann BAILEY (Sherry Lee LONG, John Royal LONG, John WILLIAM) was born on 21 
Feb 1954 in Logan, Cache, Utah, USA. She was born in the covenant. She was baptized 
on 10 Mar 1962. 

Le married J. R. STONEY . 

They had the following children: 

391 M i. Jason STONEY . 



392 M ii. Sam STONEY 



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393 M iii. Scott STONEY . 

394 F iv. Jen STONEY . 

395 M v. Austin STONEY . 

396 F vi. Ember STONEY . 

397 M vii. Elwell STONEY . 

187. Kim Loraine BAILEY (Sherry Lee LONG, John Royal LONG, John WILLIAM) was born on 
27 Sep 1957 in Ogden, Weber, Utah. She was born in the covenant. She was baptized 
on 26 Sep 1964. 

Kim married MERIDITH . 

They had the following children: 

398 F i. Amber MERIDITH . 

399 M ii. John MERIDITH . 

400 M iii. Joshua MERIDITH . 

189. Sherry Fawn BAILEY (Sherry Lee LONG, John Royal LONG, John WILLIAM) was born 
on 30 Oct 1967 in Ogden, Weber, Utah. She was christened in Jan 1968 in Sunset, Utah. 
She was born in the covenant. She was baptized on 1 Nov 1975. She was endowed on 27 
Oct 1990 in the Frankfurt Germany temple. 

Sherry married Chad HOLMAN son of James Curtis HOLMAN and Betty Colleen 
CARTER on 22 Jul 1989 in Ogden, Weber, Utah. They were sealed on 27 Oct 1990 in 
the Frankfurt Germany temple. Chad was born on 16 Aug 1966 in Clearfield, Utah (Air 



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Force Base). He was christened in Morgan, Utah. He was sealed to his parents on 25 Aug 
1979 in the Ogden Utah temple. He was baptized on 31 Aug 1974. He was endowed on 
12 Nov 1985 

in the Ogden Utah temple. 

They had the following children: 

401 F i. Heather Nicole HOLMAN was born on 25 Jun 1991 in Pirmasens, 

Germany. She was born in the covenant. She was baptized on 17 Jul 
1999. 

402 M ii. Jacob Chad HOLMAN was born on 23 Jul 1996 in Great Falls, Montana. 

He was born in the covenant. 

403 F iii. Abigail Colleen HOLMAN was born on 21 Oct 1998 in Pocatello, Bannock, 

Idaho, USA. She was born in the covenant. 

404 M iv. Cade Stanton HOLMAN was born on 27 Mar 2001 in Pocatello, Bannock, 

Idaho, USA. He was born in the covenant. 

190.Trena BAILEY (Sherry Lee LONG, John Royal LONG, John WILLIAM) was born on 22 
Sep 1962 in Ogden, Weber, Utah. She was born in the covenant. 

Trena married (1) Raymond PARR . 

They had the following children: 

405 M i. Brandon PARR . 

Brandon married Breanna . 



Trena married (2) Dave DERRICOT 



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191.MERLINE KUNZ (Maurine TONKS, Martha Delphia LONG, John WILLIAM) was born on 
5 Jul 1939 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. She was born in the covenant. She 
was baptized on 5 Jul 1947. She was endowed on 18 Nov 1959 in the Idaho Falls Idaho 
temple. 

MERLINE married (1) Richard Phillips EGBERT son of Richard Alexander EGBERT and 
Alta PHILLIPS on 18 Nov 1959 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. They were sealed 
on 18 Nov 1959 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. Richard was born on 1 1 Jan 1937 in 
Ucon, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. He died on 8 May 1974 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, 
USA. He was buried on 1 1 May 1974 in Tetonia, Teton, Idaho, USA. He was born in the 
covenant. He was baptized on 1 Sep 1945. He was endowed on 17 Jan 1957. 

They had the following children: 

406 M i. Brad Richard EGBERT was born on 26 Aug 1960 in Driggs, Teton, Idaho, 

USA. He was born in the covenant. He was baptized on 28 Sep 1968. He 
was endowed on 8 Feb 1980. 

407 F ii. Monica EGBERT was born on 17 Apr 1962 in Blackfoot, Bingham, Idaho, 

USA. She was born in the covenant. She was baptized on 2 May 1970. 

She was endowed on 12 Sep 1980. 

Monica married Steven A. HOBLEY on 12 Sep 1980. 



408 M iii. Kirk Samuel EGBERT was born on 19 Jun 1964 in Driggs, Teton, Idaho, 

USA. He was born in the covenant. He was baptized on 1 Jul 1972. 

409 F iv. Mitzi EGBERT was born on 7 Nov 1967 in Rexburg, Madison, Idaho, 

USA. She was born in the covenant. She was baptized on 6 Dec 1975. 

+ 410 M v. Justin Hyrum EGBERT was born on 30 Dec 1970. 



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MERLINE married (2) Elmer J. PARK . 

192. Neil LaGrande KUNZ (Maurine TONKS, Martha Delphia LONG, John WILLIAM) was born 
on 1 1 Sep 1941 in Driggs, Teton, Idaho, USA. He was born in the covenant. He was 
baptized on 11 Sep 1949. He was endowed on 23 Feb 1961. 

Neil married Lana Marie WAKLEY daughter of Howard WAKLEY and Violet Viola 
MARTIN on 4 Jun 1965 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. They were sealed on 4 
Jun 1965 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. Lana was born on 1 1 Jun 1945 in Pocatello, 
Bannock, Idaho, USA . She was baptized on 1 Aug 1953. She was endowed on 4 Jun 
1965 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 

They had the following children: 

41 1 F i. Jodi LaNeal KUNZ was born on 30 Jul 1966 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, 

Idaho, USA. She was born in the covenant. She was baptized on 3 Aug 
1974. 

412 M ii. Grefory Neil KUNZ was born on 27 Oct 1967 in Portland, Multnomah, 

Oregon. He was born in the covenant. He was baptized on 1 Nov 1975. 

+ 413 F iii. Rebecca KUNZ was born on 17 Dec 1969. 

414 F iv. Michelle KUNZ was born on 17 Oct 1971 in Hardin, Big Horn, Montana. 

She was born in the covenant. 

41 5 M v. Eric Wakley KUNZ was born on 23 May 1 975 in St. Anthony, Fremont, 

Idaho, USA. He was born in the covenant. 

416 M vi. Brock James KUNZ was born on 25 Oct 1976 in St. Anthony, Fremont, 

Idaho, USA. He was born in the covenant. 



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417 F vii. Heidi KUNZ was born on 2 Apr 1980 in St. Anthony, Fremont, Idaho, 

USA. She was born in the covenant. 

418 M viii. Tyler KUNZ was born in <1989>. 

193.LaRae KUNZ (Maurine TONKS, Martha Delphia LONG, John WILLIAM) was born on 9 
Sep 1943 in Driggs, Teton, Idaho, USA. She was born in the covenant. She was 
baptized on 3 Nov 1951. She was endowed on 9 Sep 1963 in the Salt Lake temple. 



LaRae married Boyd "J" WITHERS son of David John WITHERS and Adalena MADSEN 
on 9 Sep 1963 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, USA. They were sealed on 9 Sep 1963 
in the Salt Lake temple. Boyd was born on 19 Feb 1939 in Rexburg, Madison, Idaho, 
USA. He was baptized on 3 May 1947. He was endowed on 19 Jan 1960. 

They had the following children: 

419 M i. Trevar Kunz WITHERS was born on 18 Nov 1964 in Provo, Utah, Utah. 

He was born in the covenant. He was baptized on 18 Nov 1972. 

420 F ii. Candice WITHERS was born on 22 Dec 1966 in Dearborn, Wayne, 

Michigan. She was born in the covenant. She was baptized on 1 1 Jan 
1975. 

421 F iii. Kerri WITHERS was born on 30 Dec 1971 in Livonia, Wayne, Michigan. 

She was born in the covenant. She was baptized on 5 Jan 1980. 

422 M iv. Brett David WITHERS was born on 25 Aug 1974 in Dearborn, Wayne, 

Michigan. He was born in the covenant. 

423 M v. Zacharyn John WITHERS was born on 6 Sep 1977 in Livonia, Wayne, 

Michigan. He was born in the covenant. 



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194.LaRee KUNZ (Maurine TONKS, Martha Delphia LONG, John WILLIAM) was born on 9 
Sep 1943 in Driggs, Teton, Idaho, USA. She was born in the covenant. She was 
baptized on 3 Nov 1951. She was endowed on 10 Nov 1965 in the Salt Lake temple. 

LaRee married Billy "J" DYE son of William Freeman DYE and Laura Lavon LAWSON on 
10 Nov 1964 in Neola, Duchesne, Utah. They were sealed on 10 Nov 1964 in the Salt 
Lake temple. Billy was born on 16 Feb 1941 in Neola, Duchesne, Utah. He was baptized 
on 29 May 1949. He was endowed on 10 Nov 1964 in the Salt Lake temple. 

They had the following children: 

424 F i. Lorie DYE was born on 15 Jan 1965 in Farmington, San Jaun, New 

Mexico. She was sealed to her parents on 10 Nov 1965 in the Salt Lake 
temple. She was baptized on 30 Jun 1973. 

425 F ii. Troy "J" DYE was born on 8 Apr 1967 in Driggs, Teton, Idaho, USA. She 

was born in the covenant. She was baptized on 3 May 1975. 

426 M iii. Trent "G" DYE was born on 15 Aug 1968 in Driggs, Teton, Idaho, USA. 

He was born in the covenant. 

427 M iv. Billy Travus DYE was born on 20 Mar 1974 in Logan, Cache, Utah, USA. 

He was born in the covenant. 

428 F v. Tia LaRee DYE was born on 27 Jul 1979. She was born in the covenant. 

429 F vi. Tammy Lynn DYE was born on 27 Jul 1979. She was born in the 

covenant. 

430 M vii. Tyson James DYE was born on 21 Jan 1981 . He was born in the 

covenant. 



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195. Sally KUNZ (Maurine TONKS, Martha Delphia LONG, John WILLIAM) was born on 17 
May 1950 in Driggs, Teton, Idaho, USA. She was born in the covenant. She was 
baptized on 31 May 1958. She was endowed on 2 Sep 1970 in the Idaho Falls Idaho 
temple. 

Sally married Donald Kelley COBURN son of Donald Fred COBURN and Claroce Mae 
CARLSON on 2 Sep 1970 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. They were sealed on 2 
Sep 1970 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. Donald was born on 27 Apr 1948 in Idaho Falls, 
Bonneville, Idaho, USA. 

They had the following children: 

431 F i. Rachel Kay COBURN was born on 24 Aug 1971 in Driggs, Teton, Idaho, 

USA. She was born in the covenant. 

432 M ii. Donald "Bruce" COBURN was born on 20 Feb 1973 in Driggs, Teton, 

Idaho, USA. He was born in the covenant. 

433 F iii. Amanda Merlene COBURN was born on 19 Feb 1975 in Blackfoot, 

Bingham, Idaho, USA. She was born in the covenant. 

434 M iv. Nathan Merle COBURN was born on 7 Dec 1977 in Driggs, Teton, Idaho, 

USA. He was born in the covenant. 

435 F v. Krystal May COBURN was born on 8 Feb 1981 in Driggs, Teton, Idaho, 

USA. She was born in the covenant. 

Krystal married Daren Scott ALMOND son of Ray ALMOND and Judy 
Lynn on 14 May 2004 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. They were 
sealed on 14 May 2004 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 

436 M vi. Patrick COBURN . He was born in the covenant. 



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196. Ryan Merle KUNZ (Maurine TONKS, Martha Delphia LONG, John WILLIAM) was born 
on 29 Apr 1952 in Driggs, Teton, Idaho, USA. He was born in the covenant. He was 
baptized on 30 Apr 1960. He was endowed on 13 Aug 1971. 

Ryan married Ranae HATHAWAY daughter of Phillip Newton HATHAWAY and Rose 
Bernice COLES on 2 Aug 1974 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. They were sealed 
on 2 Aug 1974 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. Ranae was born on 31 May 1955 in 
Driggs, Teton, Idaho, USA. She was baptized on 1 Jun 1963. She was endowed on 2 
Aug 1974 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 

They had the following children: 

437 F i. Melissa KUNZ was born on 30 May 1975 in Driggs, Teton, Idaho, USA. 

She was born in the covenant. 

438 M ii. Douglas Ryan KUNZ was born on 16 Dec 1976 in Provo, Utah, Utah. He 

was born in the covenant. 

439 F iii. Marinda KUNZ was born on 16 Dec 1977 in Provo, Utah, Utah. She was 

born in the covenant. 

440 F iv. Megan KUNZ was born on 22 May 1979. She was born in the covenant. 

441 F v. Angelica Rose KUNZ was born on 16 Mar 1981. She was born in the 

covenant. 

199. Caralee TONKS (Loel Elijah TONKS, Martha Delphia LONG, John WILLIAM) was born 
on 23 Jan 1944 in Yakima, Yakima, Washington. She was born in the covenant. She was 
baptized on 24 Feb 1952. She was endowed on 20 Jun 1969 in the Idaho Falls Idaho 
temple. 



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Caralee married William A. BLANKENBEHLER son of John Paul BLANKEWHEHIER and 
Louise Harrison GOOD on 20 Jun 1969 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. They 
were sealed on 20 Jun 1969 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. William was born on 22 Nov 
1935 in Wilkins Township, Allegheny, Pennsylvania. He was baptized on 28 Jul 1962. He 
was endowed on 23 May 1964 in the Los Angeles California temple. 

They had the following children: 

442 M i. William Andrew BLANKEWHEHIER Jr. was born on 1 Jul 1970 in Santa 

Clara, Santa Clara, California. He was born in the covenant. 

443 F ii. Carianne BLANKEWHEHIER was born on 23 Aug 1971 in Santa Clara, 

Santa Clara, California. She died on 24 Apr 1976. She was born in the 
covenant. 

444 M iii. James Bruce BLANKEWHEHIER was born on 7 Apr 1974 in Santa Clara, 

Santa Clara, California. He was born in the covenant. 

445 F iv. Cynthia BLANKEWHEHIER was born on 2 Sep 1977 in Santa Clara, 

Santa Clara, California. She was born in the covenant. 

446 M v. Bobby BLANKEWHEHIER . He was born in the covenant. 

447 M vi. Gregory BLANKEWHEHIER . He was born in the covenant. 

200. Kathleen TONKS (Loel Elijah TONKS, Martha Delphia LONG, John WILLIAM) was born 
on 31 Mar 1946 in Gulf Port, Harrison, Mississippi. She died before 10 Mar 2004. She 
was born in the covenant. She was baptized on 5 Jun 1954. She was endowed on 30 Aug 
1967 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 

Kathleen married David Alonzo COMBS on 30 Aug 1967 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, 
Idaho, USA. They were sealed on 30 Aug 1967 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. David 



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was born on 11 Mar 1944 in Logan, Cache, Utah, USA. He was baptized on 14 Jul 1952. 
He was endowed on 8 May 1963. 



David and Kathleen had the following children: 

448 F i. Sherri Lynn COMBS was born on 30 Jul 1968 in Pocatello, Bannock, 

Idaho, USA . She was born in the covenant. 

449 F ii. Sandra Lee COMBS was born on 25 Jul 1969 in Pocatello, Bannock, 

Idaho, USA. She was sealed to her parents on 25 Jul 1969. 

450 M iii. David Jay COMBS was born on 5 Jan 1978 in Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho, 

USA . He was born in the covenant. 

201 . Davis Loel TONKS (Loel Elijah TONKS, Martha Delphia LONG, John WILLIAM) was born 
on 6 May 1947 in Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho, USA . He was born in the covenant. He 
was baptized on 2 Jul 1955. He was endowed on 16 Sep 1966. 

Davis married Marianne ELLIS on 20 Aug 1971 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, USA. 
They were sealed on 20 Aug 1971 in the Salt Lake temple. Marianne was born on 16 Aug 
1951 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, USA. 

They had the following children: 

451 M i. John Davis TONKS was born on 21 Apr 1972 in Provo, Utah, Utah. He 

was born in the covenant. 

452 F ii. Heidi TONKS was born on 3 Apr 1973 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, 

USA. She was born in the covenant. 

453 M iii. Michael Robert TONKS was born on 15 Feb 1977 in Salt Lake City, Salt 

Lake, Utah, USA. He was born in the covenant. 



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454 F iv. Milinda TONKS was born on 16 Nov 1979. She was born in the covenant. 

202. Daniel Robert TONKS (Loel Elijah TONKS, Martha Delphia LONG, John WILLIAM) was 
born on 17 Jul 1950 in Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho, USA . He was born in the covenant. 
He was baptized on 1 Nov 1958. He was endowed on 29 Aug 1970. 

Daniel married Rebecca Deanne HANSEN daughter of Lamar Jay HANSEN and Arvy 
Marie WRIGHT on 24 Jun 1977 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. They were 
sealed on 24 Jun 1977 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. Rebecca was born on 23 Mar 
1955 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. She was baptized on 30 Mar 1963. She was 
endowed on 24 Jun 1977 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 

They had the following children: 

455 F i. Jessica Anne TONKS was born on 25 Aug 1978 in Pocatello, Bannock, 

Idaho, USA . She was born in the covenant. 

456 F ii. Milissa April TONKS was born on 20 Apr 1980 in Pocatello, Bannock, 

Idaho, USA . She was born in the covenant. 

457 M iii. Steve TONKS was born in <1983>. 

203. Mary Ann TONKS (Loel Elijah TONKS, Martha Delphia LONG, John WILLIAM) was born 
on 19 Apr 1954 in Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho, USA . She was born in the covenant. She 
was baptized on 28 Apr 1962. She was endowed on 22 Aug. 

Mary married (1) Randy Curtis TOONE son of Byron Judd TOONE and Bonnie LaRee 
GHORHLFY on 2 Jun 1972 in Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho, USA . They were sealed on 22 
Aug. Randy was born on 24 Sep 1953. 

They had the following children: 



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458 M i. Curtis Robert TOONE was born on 26 Oct 1972 in Pocatello, Bannock, 

Idaho, USA. 

459 M ii. Mark Hamilton TOONE was born on 3 Nov 1975 in Pocatello, Bannock, 

Idaho, USA. 

460 F iii. Stephanie Ann TOONE was born in Jun 1977 in Pocatello, Bannock, 

Idaho, USA. 

461 F iv. Jennifer Kay TOONE was born on 13 Jun 1980. 



Mary married (2) Spencer MOSER . 

207. Brent Russell BOEHME (Elma TONKS, Martha Delphia LONG, John WILLIAM) was born 
on 19 Aug 1946 in Montpelier, Bear Lake, Idaho, USA. He was born in the covenant. He 
was baptized on 10 Oct 1954. He was endowed on 25 Aug 1965. 

Brent married Sandra Fern TENNEY on 3 Apr 1969 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, 
USA. They were sealed on 3 Apr 1969 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. Sandra was born 
on 1 1 Oct 1945 in Silver City, Hildago, New Mexico. She was baptized on 1 Nov 1953. 
She was endowed on 3 Apr 1969 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 

They had the following children: 

462 F i. Tanya BOEHME was born on 14 Mar 1971 in Williams Air Force Base, 

Maricopa, Arizona. She was born in the covenant. She was baptized on 24 
Mar 1979. 

463 M ii. Eric Russell BOEHME was born on 1 1 Oct 1972 in Nuernberg, Bavaria, 

Germany. He was born in the covenant. He was baptized on 1 Nov 1980. 



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464 F iii. Gretchen BOEHME was born on 16 Sep 1974 in Nuernberg, Bavaria, 

Germany. She was born in the covenant. 
Gretchen married Matt BARNES . 

465 F iv. Jennifer BOEHME was born on 8 Apr 1976 in Mountin Home Air Force 

Base, Elmore, Idaho, USA. She was born in the covenant. 

466 F v. Krista BOEHME was born on 5 Nov 1977 in Logan, Cache, Utah, USA. 

She was born in the covenant. 
Krista married Byron BLACK . 

467 M vi. Nathaniel Tonks BOEHME was born on 1 1 Apr 1980 in Logan, Cache, 

Utah, USA. He was born in the covenant. 

208. Jerry Wayne BOEHME (Elma TONKS, Martha Delphia LONG, John WILLIAM) was born 
on 7 Nov 1948 in Montpelier, Bear Lake, Idaho, USA. He was born in the covenant. He 
was baptized on 5 Jan 1957. He was endowed on 24 Jan 1968. 

Jerry married Karen Elizabeth LOOP daughter of Earvin Klein. LOOP and Sheila 
KERNAN on 29 Jun 1973 in Logan, Cache, Utah, USA. They were sealed on 29 Jun 
1973 in the Logan Utah temple. Karen was born on 22 Aug 1954 in Richland, Benton, 
Washington. She was baptized on 1 1 May 1972. She was endowed on 28 Jun 1973. 

They had the following children: 

468 M i. Michael Earvin BOEHME was born on 4 Dec 1974 in Logan, Cache, Utah, 

USA. He was born in the covenant. 

469 M ii. Peter Russell BOEHME was born on 22 Oct 1977 in San Bernardino, San 

Bernardino, California. He was born in the covenant. 

470 F iii. Teresa BOEHME was born on 8 Nov 1979 in Escondido, San Deigo, 

California. She was born in the covenant. 



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471 M iv. Travis Jerry BOEHME was born on 30 Sep 1981 in Sacamento, 

Sacamento, California. He was born in the covenant. 

472 F v. Christina BOEHME . 

210. Garth Tonks BOEHME (Elma TONKS, Martha Delphia LONG, John WILLIAM) was born 
on 7 Dec 1951 in Montpelier, Bear Lake, Idaho, USA. He was born in the covenant. He 
was baptized on 2 Jan 1960. He was endowed on 10 May 1979 in the Logan Utah temple. 

Garth married Denise BOEHME daughter of Junior BOEHME and Sarah Jane OLSEN on 
10 May 1974 in Geneva, Bear Lake, Idaho, USA. They were sealed on 10 May 1979 in 
the Logan Utah temple. Denise was born on 28 May 1956 in Montpelier, Bear Lake, 
Idaho, USA. She was baptized on 6 Jun 1964. She was endowed on 10 May 1979 in the 
Logan Utah temple. 

They had the following children: 

473 F i. Stephnie Dee BOEHME was born on 7 Nov 1974 in Montpelier, Bear 

Lake, Idaho, USA. She was sealed to her parents on 10 May 1979. 

474 F ii. Heather Denise BOEHME was born on 28 May 1977 in Montpelier, Bear 

Lake, Idaho, USA. She was sealed to her parents on 10 May 1979. 

475 M iii. Tyson Garth BOEHME was born on 4 Apr 1979 in Montpelier, Bear Lake, 

Idaho, USA. He was sealed to his parents on 10 May 1979. 

476 F iv. Natalie Jane BOEHME was born on 9 May 1980 in Montpelier, Bear Lake, 

Idaho, USA. She was born in the covenant. 
Natalie married Wade ANDERSON . 

477 M v. David Russell BOEHME . He was born in the covenant. 



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478 M vi. Devin BOEHME . 

479 M vii. Dustin BOEHME . 

2 11. Grant William BOEHME (Elma TONKS, Martha Delphia LONG, John WILLIAM) was born 
on 26 Sep 1954 in Montpelier, Bear Lake, Idaho, USA. He was born in the covenant. He 
was baptized on 29 Sep 1962. He was endowed on 13 Nov 1973. 

Grant married Trudeane WILLIAMS daughter of Darrel Thomas WILLIAMS and Ha 
BRUCE on 20 Aug 1976 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. They were sealed on 20 
Aug 1976 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. Trudeane was born on 27 Oct 1956 in Idaho 
Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. She was baptized on 31 Oct 1964. She was endowed on 
20 Aug 1976 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 

They had the following children: 

480 M i. Douglas Grant BOEHME was born on 29 May 1977 in Rexburg, Madison, 

Idaho, USA. He was born in the covenant. 
Douglas married Erin . 

481 F ii. Sabrina BOEHME was born on 29 Dec 1978 in Logan, Cache, Utah, USA. 

She was born in the covenant. 

482 F iii. Felicia BOEHME was born on 11 Aug 1981 in Rexburg, Madison, Idaho, 

USA. She was born in the covenant. 

483 M iv. Jeremy Thomas BOEHME was born on 30 Jan 1984 in Rexburg, Madison, 

Idaho, USA. He was born in the covenant. 

484 F v. Marinda BOEHME . 

Marinda married Brandon William SQUIRES son of Bill SQUIRES and 
Lynne on 14 Aug 2004 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho. They were 
sealed on 14 Aug 2004 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 



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21 8. Linn Marie TONKS (Garland Calvin TONKS, Martha Delphia LONG, John WILLIAM) was 
born on 29 Mar 1951 in Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho, USA . She was born in the covenant. 
She was baptized on 2 May 1959. She was endowed on 21 Aug 1974 in the Salt Lake 
temple. 

Linn married Kim Andre HANSEN son of Hubert Elwood HANSEN and Irene 
ANDERSON 

on 21 Aug 1974 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, USA. They were sealed on 21 Aug 
1974 in the Salt Lake temple. Kim was born on 2 Oct 1961 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, 
Utah, USA. He was baptized on 19 Nov 1959. He was endowed on 19 Aug 1974. 

They had the following children: 

485 M i. Rhett Andre HANSEN was born on 23 Jun 1975 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, 

Idaho, USA. He died on 23 Jun 1975. He was sealed to his parents Do 
Not Seal. Because Rhett was stillborn, baptism is not necessary. Because 
He died as a child, endowment is not necessary. 

486 M ii. Jess Carter HANSEN was born on 25 Oct 1976 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, 

Idaho, USA. He was born in the covenant. 

487 M iii. Ryan Franklin HANSEN was born on 1 1 Sep 1978 in Idaho Falls, 

Bonneville, Idaho, USA. He was born in the covenant. 

488 M iv. Andrew Oliver HANSEN was born on 22 Sep 1980 in Idaho Falls, 

Bonneville, Idaho, USA. He was born in the covenant. 

489 F v. Cindy HANSEN. 



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219.Garla TONKS (Garland Calvin TONKS, Martha Delphia LONG, John WILLIAM) was born 
on 6 May 1952 in Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho, USA . She was born in the covenant. She 
was baptized on 4 Jun 1960. She was endowed on 12 Oct 1973 in the Salt Lake temple. 

Garla married Monty Dale RUPP son of Dale Lawrence RUPP and Dorthy Lucille 
NEILSON on 12 Oct 1973 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, USA. They were sealed on 
12 Oct 1973 in the Salt Lake temple. Monty was born on 29 Nov 1951 in Boise, Ada, 
Idaho, USA. He was baptized on 30 Jan 1960. He was endowed on 15 Mar 1971. 

They had the following children: 

490 F i. Lori Ann RUPP was born on 28 Jul 1974 in Grangeville, Idaho, USA, 

Idaho. She was born in the covenant. 

491 M ii. Larry Scott RUPP was born on 7 Sep 1975 in Grangeville, Idaho, USA, 

Idaho. He was born in the covenant. 

492 M iii. Douglas Mark RUPP was born on 1 Sep 1977 in Grangeville, Idaho, USA, 

Idaho. He was born in the covenant. 

493 M iv. Dalian Keith RUPP was born on 29 Nov 1978 in Grangeville, Idaho, USA, 

Idaho. He was born in the covenant. 

494 M v. Carl Wayne RUPP was born on 20 Sep 1980 in Grangeville, Idaho, USA, 

Idaho. He was born in the covenant. 

220. Paul Kent TONKS (Garland Calvin TONKS, Martha Delphia LONG, John WILLIAM) was 
born on 1 Nov 1953 in Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho, USA . He was born in the covenant. 
He was baptized on 4 Nov 1961. 

Paul married Tauna Kay WRIGHT daughter of Kay W. WRIGHT and Olive Dean 
COLLINS on 5 Mar 1977 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. Tauna was born on 21 
Oct 1954 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. 



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They had the following children: 

495 M i. Nathan Paul TONKS was born on 23 Mar 1980 in Ogden, Weber, Utah. 

221. Steven Layne TONKS (Garland Calvin TONKS, Martha Delphia LONG, John WILLIAM) 
was born on 15 Aug 1955 in Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho, USA . He was born in the 
covenant. He was baptized on 31 Aug 1963. He was endowed on 18 Oct 1974. 

Steven married Leonora HANSEN daughter of Monty David HANSEN and Arline Mavis 
BONSTEEL on 3 May 1978 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. They were sealed on 
3 May 1978 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. Leonora was born on 28 Jul 1958 in 
Inglewood, Los Angeles, California. She was baptized on 3 Sep 1966. She was endowed 
on 3 May 1978. 

They had the following children: 

496 M i. Cory Russell TONKS was born on 25 Mar 1979 in Logan, Cache, Utah, 

USA. He was born in the covenant. 

497 F ii. Camela TONKS was born on 1 1 Dec 1980 in Logan, Cache, Utah, USA. 

She was born in the covenant. 

222. Kale Garland TONKS (Garland Calvin TONKS, Martha Delphia LONG, John WILLIAM) 
was born on 6 Dec 1956 in Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho, USA . He was born in the 
covenant. He was baptized on 2 Jan 1965. 

Kale married Juanita Marie TETER daughter of William Edward TETER and Viola Marie 
BENGAKKER on 30 Nov 1975 in Meridian, Ada, Idaho, USA. Juanita was born on 17 Feb 
1957 in Winner, Tripp, South Dakota. 

They had the following children: 



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498 F i. Katerina Marie TONKS was born on 19 Oct 1977 in Ogden, Weber, Utah. 

499 M ii. Joshua Kale TONKS was born on 4 May 1979 in Layton, Davis, Utah. 

Joshua married Katie DUGGAN daughter of Daniel DUGGAN and Mary 
Lynn on 9 Aug 2003 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. 

224. Gail TONKS (Garland Calvin TONKS, Martha Delphia LONG, John WILLIAM) was born 
on 28 Dec 1961 in Nampa, Canyon, Idaho, USA. She was born in the covenant. She 
was baptized on 3 Jan 1970. She was endowed on 10 Oct 1980 in the Idaho Falls Idaho 
temple. 

Gail married Robert Micheal TAYLOR son of Wiley Howard TAYLOR and Marjorie Mae 
YOUNG on 10 Oct 1980 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. They were sealed on 10 
Oct 1980 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. Robert was born on 19 Feb 1957 in Detroit, 
Wayne, Michigan. He was baptized on 13 Sep 1975. He was endowed on 17 Jan 1977. 

They had the following children: 

500 M i. David Michael TAYLOR was born on 1 1 May 1982 in Nampa, Canyon, 

Idaho, USA. He was born in the covenant. 

225. Keary Kent TONKS (Kent LeRoy TONKS, Martha Delphia LONG, John WILLIAM) was 
born on 15 Feb 1962 in Nampa, Canyon, Idaho, USA. He was baptized on 6 Jun 1970. 

Keary married (1) Mary . 

They had the following children: 

501 M i. Ryan TONKS . 



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227. Lisa LaFaye TONKS (Kent LeRoy TONKS, Martha Delphia LONG, John WILLIAM) was 
born on 27 Jul 1965 in Soda Springs, Caribou, Idaho, USA. 

Lisa married (1)HENSON. 

They had the following children: 

502 F i. Shantay HENSON . 

503 M ii. Shaun HENSON . 



Lisa married (2) Bob FOSTER . 

229. Janet BISCHOFF (Nadine TONKS, Martha Delphia LONG, John WILLIAM) was born on 
19 May 1956 in Montpelier, Bear Lake, Idaho, USA. She was born in the covenant. She 
was baptized on 6 Jun 1964. She was endowed on 18 Nov 1978 in the Idaho Falls Idaho 
temple. 

Janet married Daron BRADFORD . 

They had the following children: 

504 F i. BRADFORD . 

230. Diane BISCHOFF (Nadine TONKS, Martha Delphia LONG, John WILLIAM) was born on 
10 Jul 1958 in Montpelier, Bear Lake, Idaho, USA. She was born in the covenant. She 
was baptized on 6 Aug 1966. She was endowed on 14 Feb 1981 in the Idaho Falls Idaho 
temple. 

Diane married Stephen Rich TIPPETTS son of Earl Lavell TIPPETTS and Lyllis June 
SHEPHERD on 17 Feb 1981 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, USA. They were sealed 
on 17 Feb 1981 in the Salt Lake temple. Stephen was born on 1 1 Jul 1959 in Montpelier, 



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Bear Lake, Idaho, USA. He was baptized on 2 Sep 1967. He was endowed on 22 Aug 
1978. 

They had the following children: 

505 M i. Jason Stephen TIPPETTS was born on 13 Apr 1982 in Denver, Denver, 

Colorado. He was born in the covenant. 

506 F ii. Amber Marie TIPPETTS was born on 18 Jan 1983 in Denver, Denver, 

Colorado. She was born in the covenant. 

507 F iii. Angela TIPPETTS . 

508 F iv. Ashley TIPPETTS . 

509 M v. Ryan TIPPETTS . 

233. Sandra Marie GIANCHETTA "SanDee" (Ella Marie WEAVER, Chrissie Tressa LONG, 
John WILLIAM) was born on 8 Feb 1948 in Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho, USA. She was 
christened in Pocatello, Bannock.ldaho. She died on 5 Oct 1996 in Pocatello, Bannock, 
Idaho, USA. She was buried on 10 Oct 1996 in Mountain View Ce, Sec. 42 West, 
Pocatello, Idaho, USA. She was sealed to her parents on 27 May 1999 in the Idaho Falls 
Idaho temple. She was baptized on 21 May 1999 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. She 
was endowed on 27 May 1999 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 

She had the following children: 

+ 510 M i. Shayne Christopher Gianchetta SORENSON was born on 31 May 1970. 



Sandra married (2) Francis Lester SORENSON on 11 Oct 1975 in Elko, Elko, Nevada. 
They were sealed on 27 May 1999 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. Francis was born on 
14 May 1918 in Albion, Idaho, USA. He died on 25 Jan 1975 in Lava Hot Spring, 



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Bannock, Idaho, USA. He was buried on 29 Jan 1979 in Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho, 
USA. 

They had the following children: 

+ 51 1 M ii. Shayne Christopher Gianchetta SORENSON is printed as #510 on page 

71. 



Sandra married (3) Lannie Morris CHANDLER son of Lorenzo CHANDLER and Aletha 
JACOBSEN after <1975>. 

They had the following children: 

512 M iii. Shaun CHANDLER . 

234. Rodney Lee GIANCHETTA (Ella Marie WEAVER, Chrissie Tressa LONG, John 
WILLIAM) was born on 10 Feb 1954 in Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho, USA. He was 
christened in Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho. 

Rodney married Gayla JEX in Mar 1976. Gayla was born on 9 Mar 1955. 

They had the following children: 

513 M i. Jeremy GIANCHETTA was born on 1 Mar 1981 in Pocatello, Bannock, 

Idaho, USA. 

514 F ii. Cindy GIANCHETTA was born on 18 Feb 1983 in Pocatello, Bannock, 

Idaho, USA. 

236. Valerie CLEMENT "Val" (Crissie Louise WEAVER, Chrissie Tressa LONG, John 

WILLIAM) was born on 3 Apr 1952 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho. She was born in the 
covenant. She was endowed on 5 Aug 1973 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 



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Valerie married Brad C. BOWEN on 2 Aug 1974. Brad was born on 23 Mar 1952 in Idaho 
Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, USA . 

They had the following children: 

+ 515 M i. Mic BOWEN was born on 6 May 1975. 

516 M ii. Jarod Bradford BOWEN was born on 3 Jun 1977 in Idaho Falls, 

Bonneville, Idaho, USA . He was born in the covenant. 
Jarod married Melissia Ann ROMRELL daughter of Thomas J. ROMRELL 
and Mrs. ROMRELL on 20 Sep 2003 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, 
USA. They were sealed on 20 Sep 2003 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 

517 M iii. Jake BOWEN was born on 22 Jul 1979. He was born in the covenant. 

518 F iv. Lindsay Louise BOWEN was born on 25 Feb 1983. She was born in the 

covenant. 

Lindsay married Aaron Brian SMITH son of Brian R. SMITH and Clarissa 
T. on 23 Aug 2003 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. They were 
sealed on 23 Aug 2003 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 

519 M v. Cory L. BOWEN was born on 1 Oct 1986. He was born in the covenant. 

520 M vi. Ross Morel BOWEN . 

237. Todd Ross CLEMENT (Crissie Louise WEAVER, Chrissie Tressa LONG, John WILLIAM) 
was born on 12 Sep 1959 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho. He was born in the covenant. 
He was endowed in Jan in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 

Todd married Tanya BOWEN daughter of Lyle BOWEN on 31 Jan in Idaho Falls, 
Bonneville, Idaho, USA. They were sealed in Jan in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. Tanya 



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was born on 21 Aug 1958. 
They had the following children: 

521 M i. Dillon CLEMENT . 

522 M ii. Cassidy CLEMENT . 

523 M iii. Jessie CLEMENT . 

524 M iv. Cole CLEMENT . 

525 M v. Carson CLEMENT . 

526 M vi. Stephen James CLEMENT . 

238.Tanice Jo CLEMENT "T.J." (Crissie Louise WEAVER, Chrissie Tressa LONG, John 

WILLIAM) was born on 4 Nov 1956 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho. She was born in the 
covenant. She was endowed in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 

Tanice married Steve ANDERSON on 18 May 1988 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, 
USA. Steve was born on 5 Jun 1957. 

They had the following children: 

527 M i. Kreyton Ross ANDERSON was born on 2 Aug 2000. 

528 M ii. ANDERSON was born in Jul 2002. 

529 M iii. ANDERSON was born in 2003. 

530 F iv. ANDERSON was born in 2003. 



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239. Roslyn CLEMENT (Crissie Louise WEAVER, Chrissie Tressa LONG, John WILLIAM) 
was born on 3 Aug 1962 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho. She was born in the covenant. 
She was endowed in Sep 1983 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 

Roslyn married David Lloyd ANDRUS in Sep 1983 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, 
USA. They were sealed in Sep 1983 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. David was born on 
21 Jun 1962. He was born in the covenant. He was endowed in Sep 1983 in the Idaho 
Falls Idaho temple. 

They had the following children: 

531 M i. David Michael ANDRUS was born on 20 Aug 1985. 

532 M ii. Austin Ross ANDRUS was born on 1 1 Aug 1987. 

533 M iii. Kyle Ray ANDRUS was born on 27 Feb 1991 . 

534 M iv. Braden Kirk ANDRUS was born on 16 May 1993. 

535 F v. Aubrey Louise ANDRUS was born on 14 May 1996. She was baptized on 

26 Jun 2004 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho. 

536 F vi. Kacie Lyn ANDRUS was born on 15 Jan 2002. 

240. David C. WEAVER JR. (David Clement WEAVER, Chrissie Tressa LONG, John 
WILLIAM) was born on 24 Nov 1951 in Fort. Ord, Monteray, California. He was baptized 
on 2 Jan 1960 in Boise, Ada, Idaho, USA. 

David married (1) Deborah Jean COURTIOS daughter of Louis Gene COURTIOS and 
Mary Carolyne SCHRECK on 16 Dec 1972 in Kent, Ohio. The marriage ended in 
divorce. Deborah was born on 31 Jan 1952 in KEOKUK, Lee, Iowa. 



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They had the following children: 

537 F i. Anna-lise Marie WEAVER was born on 29 Jan 1982 in Boise, Ada, Idaho, 
USA. She was christened on 9 Feb 1983 in St. John' Cathedral, Boise, Ada, 
Idaho, USA. 



David married (2) Cindra Lynn HANSEN daughter of Lavern Clarence HANSEN and 
Barbara Ann HAYES on 30 May 1987 in Boise, Ada, Idaho, USA. Cindra was born on 8 
Aug 1955 in Casper, Natrona, Wyoming. 

241 . Donald Holmes WEAVER (David Clement WEAVER, Chrissie Tressa LONG, John 

WILLIAM) was born on 3 Nov 1953 in Clark Air Force Base, Panpanga Province, Angeles, 
Phillipine Islands. He was baptized on 6 Jan 1962 in Boise, Ada, Idaho, USA. He was 
endowed on 7 Jul 1977 in the Salt Lake temple. 

Donald married Lori BAKER daughter of Floyd Owen BAKER and Billie Elaine GRAVIET 
on 7 Jul 1977 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, USA. They were sealed on 7 Jul 1977 in 
the Salt Lake temple. Lori was born on 20 Mar 1956 in Ogden, Weber, Utah. She was 
endowed on 7 Jul 1977 in the Salt Lake temple. 

They had the following children: 

+ 538 F i. Joslin WEAVER was born on 19 May 1978. 

539 F ii. Rachelle WEAVER was born on 15 Jul 1983 in Jackson Hole, Teton, 

Wyoming. She was born in the covenant. She was baptized on 3 Aug 
1991 in Boise, Ada, Idaho, USA. 

540 M iii. Britton Holmes WEAVER was born on 28 Jul 1987 in Boise, Ada, Idaho, 

USA. He was born in the covenant. He was baptized on 5 Aug 1995 in 
Boise, Ada, Idaho, USA. 



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242.Teressa Kay WEAVER (David Clement WEAVER, Chrissie Tressa LONG, John 
WILLIAM) was born on 2 Dec 1955 in Fort Hood, Bell, Texas. She was sealed to her 
parents on 15 Sep 1988 in the Boise Idaho temple. She was baptized on 1 Aug 1964 in 
Boise, Ada, Idaho, 
USA. She was endowed on 30 Dec 1980 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 

Teressa married (1) John Anthony OSWALD on 15 Jun 1974 in Garden City, Ada, Idaho, 
USA. The marriage ended in divorce. 

They had the following children: 

541 M i. Nathan Anthony LONG was born on 3 Dec 1974 in Boise, Ada, Idaho, 

USA. He was sealed to his parents on 6 Aug 1982 in the Idaho Falls Idaho 
temple. He was baptized on 4 Dec 1982. He had other parents. 

542 M ii. Benjiman David LONG was born on 29 Oct 1977 in Boise, Ada, Idaho, 

USA. He was sealed to his parents on 6 Aug 1982 in the Idaho Falls Idaho 
temple. He was baptized on 2 Nov 1985. He had other parents. 



Teressa married (2) Harold Ricky LONG son of Harold Quitman LONG and Dorene 
CLARK on 30 Dec 1980 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. They were sealed on 30 
Dec 1980 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. Harold was born on 24 Dec 1953 in Jerome, 
Jerome, Idaho, USA. He was baptized on 20 Aug 1975. He was endowed on 30 Dec 
1980 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 

They had the following children: 

543 M iii. Nathan Anthony LONG is printed as #541 on page 64. 

544 M iv. Benjiman David LONG is printed as #542 on page 64. 



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545 M v. Travis Adam LONG was born on 14 Oct 1981 in Boise, Ada, Idaho, USA. 

He was born in the covenant. He was baptized on 4 Nov 1989. He was 
endowed on 8 Nov 2000 in the Boise Idaho temple. 
Travis married Amanda PAULAUSKAS on 26 Jul 2003 in Boise, Ada, 
Idaho, USA. They were sealed on 26 Jul 2003 in the Boise Idaho temple. 
Amanda was born on 20 Oct 1978. 

546 M vi. Seth Taylor LONG was born on 4 Aug 1984 in Boise, Ada, Idaho, USA. 

He was born in the covenant. He was baptized on 5 Sep 1992. 

547 F vii. Justeen LONG was born on 24 Apr 1987 in Boise, Ada, Idaho, USA. She 

was born in the covenant. She was baptized on 6 May 1995. 

243. Devin Miles WEAVER (David Clement WEAVER, Chrissie Tressa LONG, John WILLIAM) 
was born on 4 Jul 1958 in Bremerton, Kitsap, Washington. He was baptized on 4 Mar 
1967 in Boise, Ada, Idaho, USA. He was endowed on 8 Apr 1978 in the Idaho Falls Idaho 
temple. 

Devin married Ellise FLOYD daughter of Whitney FLOYD and Vera VANSICKLE in 
Boise, Ada, Idaho, USA. They were sealed in the Boise Idaho temple. Ellise was born on 
15 Jan 1966. 



Devin and Ellise had the following children: 

548 F i. Hannah Brielle WEAVER was born on 27 Apr 1995. She was born in the 

covenant. 

549 F ii. Calli Jo WEAVER was born on 22 Sep 1997 in St. Anthony, Fremont, 

Idaho, USA. She was born in the covenant. 

550 M iii. Connar David WEAVER was born on 2 Sep 2002 in Rexburg, Madison, 

Idaho, USA. He was born in the covenant. 



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244. Michele Lee WEAVER "Missy" (David Clement WEAVER, Chrissie Tressa LONG, John 
WILLIAM) was born on 17 Sep 1964 in Abilene, Dyess Air Force Base, Taylor, Texas. 
She was baptized on 28 Oct 1972 in Boise, Ada, Idaho. She was endowed on 20 Jul 1994 
in the Boise Idaho temple. 

Michele married (1) Todd PREDOVICH . 

They had the following children: 

551 F i. Michaela TINKER was born on 5 Jul 1986 in Boise, Ada, Idaho, USA. 

She was baptized on 20 Jul 1994 in Boise, Ada, Idaho, USA. She had 
other parents. 

552 M ii. Michael David TINKER was born on 15 Jul 1987 in Boise, Ada, Idaho, 

USA. He was baptized on 7 Oct 1995 in Boise, Ada, Idaho, USA. He had 
other parents. 



Michele married (2) Bradley Dean TINKER son of Larry Elwin TINKER and Edith Fay 
JEWELL on 11 Jan 1997 in Boise, Ada, Idaho, USA. Bradley was born on 10 Aug 1964 in 
Cutbank, Glacier, Montana. 

They had the following children: 

553 M iii. Michael David TINKER is printed as #552 on page 65. 

554 F iv. Michaela TINKER is printed as #551 on page 65. 

555 M v. Taos TINKER was born on 18 Nov 1999. 

246. David Earl EMPEY (Melba WEAVER, Chrissie Tressa LONG, John WILLIAM) was born 
on 21 Nov 1958 in Boise, Ada, Idaho, USA. He was born in the covenant. He was 



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baptized on 3 Dec 1966 in Kuna, Ada, Idaho, USA. He was endowed on 17 Nov 1978 in 
the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 

David married Rosanne SHEARER daughter of Gordon Ray SHEARER and Geraldine 
DOUGLAS on 17 Nov 1978 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. They were sealed on 
17 Nov 1978 in the IDFAL temple. Rosanne was born on 14 Jun 1960 in Salt Lake City, 
Salt Lake, Utah, USA. She was sealed to her parents in 1975 in the Idaho Falls Idaho 

temple. She was baptized in 1968. She was endowed on 17 Nov 1978 in the Idaho Falls 
Idaho temple. 

They had the following children: 

556 M i. Randy Earl EMPEY was born on 18 Oct 1979 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, 
Utah, USA. He was born in the covenant. He was baptized on 31 Oct 1987 
in Bozman, Montana. 

+ 557 F ii. Christine EMPEY was born on 25 Dec 1980. 

558 F iii. Lisa EMPEY was born on 9 Mar 1982 in St George, Washington County, 

Utah, USA. She was born in the covenant. She was baptized in Mar 1990. 

559 F iv. Sara EMPEY was born on 16 Jul 1984 in Driggs, Teton, Idaho, USA. She 

was born in the covenant. She was baptized on 1 Aug 1992. 

560 M v. Aaron Ray EMPEY was born on 15 Aug 1985 in Orem, Utah, Utah, USA. 

He was born in the covenant. He was baptized on 4 Sep 1993. 

561 M vi. Joshua David EMPEY was born on 27 Apr 1992 in Bozeman, Gallatin, 

Montana. He was born in the covenant. He was baptized on 6 May 2000 in 
Ammon, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. 



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247. Steven Holmes EMPEY (Melba WEAVER, Chrissie Tressa LONG, John WILLIAM) was 
born on 1 Jan 1961 in Boise, Ada, Idaho, USA. He was born in the covenant. He was 
baptized on 4 Jan 1969 in Driggs, Teton, Idaho, USA. He was endowed on 17 May 1980 
in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 

Steven married Linda Jean FISHER daughter of Jack K FISHER and Jean EVANS on 22 
Apr 1983 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. They were sealed on 22 Apr 1983 in the 
Idaho Falls Idaho temple. Linda was born on 25 May 1963 in Blackfoot, BINGHAM, Idaho, 
USA. She was born in the covenant. She was baptized on 31 Jul 1971. She was endowed 
on 22 Apr 1983 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 

They had the following children: 

562 M i. Michael Steven EMPEY was born on 20 Jan 1984 in Rexburg, Madison, 

Idaho, USA. He was christened on 5 Feb 1984 in Rexburg, Madison, 
Idaho, USA. He was born in the covenant. He was baptized on 1 Feb 
1992. 

248. Becky Susan EMPEY (Melba WEAVER, Chrissie Tressa LONG, John WILLIAM) was 
born on 12 Jun 1962 in Boise, Ada, Idaho, USA. She was born in the covenant. She was 
baptized on 4 Jul 1974 in Driggs, Teton, Idaho, USA. 

Becky married Gerald Randall (Randy) ROBERTSON "Randy. Gerry" son of Gerald Alma 
ROBERTSON and Karen Ann KOFORD on 29 Nov 1980 in Driggs, Teton, Idaho, USA. 
Gerald was born on 1 Sep 1958 in Sacramento, Sacramento, California. He was born in 

the covenant. 

They had the following children: 

563 F i. Jennifer Louise ROBERTSON was born on 4 Apr 1986 in Albuquerque, 

Bernalillo, New Mexico. She was baptized on 9 Apr 1994. 



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252.Sharee STOCK (Lorraine WEAVER, Chrissie Tressa LONG, John WILLIAM) was born on 
12 Apr 1975 in Tucson, Pima, Arizona. She was born in the covenant. She was endowed 
in the Mount Timpanogos Utah temple. 

Sharee married Glenn MARVIN . 

They had the following children: 

564 F i. Saddie MARVIN was born on 22 Oct 2001 in Provo, Utah, Utah. 

565 M ii. Wyatt Glen MARVIN was born on 8 Apr 2004. 

269. Joyce Ellen CLARK (Harold Glen CLARK, Sarah Ellen LONG, John WILLIAM) was born 
on 1 7 Jun 1 953 in Provo, Utah, Utah. She was baptized on 5 Aug 1 961 . 

Joyce married Larry NELSON . 

They had the following children: 

566 M i. Robby NELSON . 

273.Sherri Louise CLARK (Harold Glen CLARK, Sarah Ellen LONG, John WILLIAM) was 
born on 27 Jun 1960 in Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho, USA. 

Sherri married BLANK . 

They had the following children: 

567 M i. Bryce BLANK . 

318. David Gordon FARNESWORTH (Gordon Vaun FARNSWORTH, Ruby Fern LONG, John 
WILLIAM) was born on 29 May 1963 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California. 



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David married (1) Vicki Lynn SATTERFIELD daughter of James SATTERFIELD and 
Violet LETZ on 2 Aug 1986 in Sunland, California. Vicki was born on 27 Sep 1967 in Los 
Angeles, Los Angeles, California. 

They had the following children: 

568 F i. Ashley Lavern FARNSWORTH was born on 20 Nov 1987 in Glendale, Los 

Angeles, California. She had other parents. 



David married (2) Lana BIAIR 



David married (3) Wendi Ann SMITH daughter of Larry SMITH and Joyce Ann BROWN. 
Wendi was born on 4 May 1963 in Long Beach, California. 

They had the following children: 

569 M ii. Ryan Travis MORTON was born on 28 Jun 1988 in Panarama City, Los 

Angeles, California. He had other parents. 

570 M iii. Devon Niclhole MORTON was born on 21 Jul 1991 in Panarama City, Los 

Angeles, California. He had other parents. 

571 F iv. Ashley Lavern FARNSWORTH is printed as #568 on page 67. 

319. Micheal Glen LONG (Lester Bert LONG, Glenn Christensen LONG, John WILLIAM) was 
born on 18 Feb 1956 in Provo, Utah, Utah. He was born in the covenant. He was baptized 
on 29 Feb 1964. 

Micheal married Catherine TAYLOR . 



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They had the following children: 

572 F i. Leslie LONG . 

573 F ii. Ashley LONG . 

574 F iii. Katie LONG . 

575 M iv. Jeff LONG . 

320. David Lester LONG (Lester Bert LONG, Glenn Christensen LONG, John WILLIAM) was 
born on 20 Sep 1957 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. He was born in the 
covenant. He was baptized on 25 Sep 1966. 

David married Tammy TEMPLIN . 

They had the following children: 

576 F i. Jennifer LONG . 

577 F ii. Rachel LONG . 

321 . Marianne LONG (Lester Bert LONG, Glenn Christensen LONG, John WILLIAM) was born 
on 20 Oct 1958 in Provo, Utah, Utah. She was born in the covenant. She was baptized on 
5 Nov 1966. 

Marianne married Daniel AMATANGELO . 



Daniel and Marianne had the following children: 
578 M i. Andrew AMATANGELO. 



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579 M ii. Paul AMATANGELO . 

580 F iii. Patty AMATANGELO . 

581 M iv. Phillip AMATANGELO . 

322. Bruce Allen LONG (Lester Bert LONG, Glenn Christensen LONG, John WILLIAM) was 
born on 30 Oct 1961 in Provo, Utah, Utah. He was born in the covenant. He was baptized 
on 1 Nov 1969. 

Bruce married Jennalee TEW . 

They had the following children: 

582 M i. Cody LONG. 

583 M ii. Kelley LONG . 

584 F iii. Lacy LONG . 

323. Janet LONG (Lester Bert LONG, Glenn Christensen LONG, John WILLIAM) was born on 
1 Dec 1962 in Provo, Utah, Utah. She was born in the covenant. She was baptized on 2 
Jan 1971. 

Janet married Dean BLAMSCERTT . 

They had the following children: 

585 M i. Devan BLAMSCERTT . 

586 F ii. Paula BLAMSCERTT . 

587 F iii. Sarah Ann BLAMSCERTT . 



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324. Laura LONG (Lester Bert LONG, Glenn Christensen LONG, John WILLIAM) was born on 
22 Jul 1967 in Provo, Utah, Utah. She was born in the covenant. 

Laura married (1) Paul BARNS . Paul died in Jul 1994. 

They had the following children: 

588 M i. Darryl Jordan BARNS . 



Laura married (2) Samuel STEWART . 
They had the following children: 

589 M ii. Benjamin STEWART . 

590 M iii. Jackson STEWART . 

364. Steven Clayton LONG (Steven Grant LONG, Clifford Virgin LONG, John WILLIAM). 
Steven married Stephanie . 
They had the following children: 

591 F i. Caelyn Rose LONG . 

368. Thomas LONG (Mike John LONG, Clifford Virgin LONG, John WILLIAM). 
He had the following children: 

592 M i. Scott LONG . 



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Fifth Generation 

377. Rosemary GRAY (Barbara Mary SANDERSON, Mary Estella ANDERSON, Mary Estella 
LONG, John WILLIAM) was born on 5 May 1952 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. 
She was born in the covenant. She was baptized on 28 May 1960. 

Rosemary married Paul JENKINS son of Gerrald JENKINS and Edith Lettie 
CLEVELAND. 

They had the following children: 

+ 593 M i. Bryan JENKINS . 

594 M ii. Kevin JENKINS . 

Kevin married Steohanie MORGAN on 27 Dec 2003 in Portland, 
Malmouth, Oregon. They were sealed on 27 Dec 2003 in the Portland 
Oregon temple. 

595 M iii. Jeffrey JENKINS . 

596 M iv. Steven JENKINS . 

410. Justin Hyrum EGBERT (MERLINE KUNZ, Maurine TONKS, Martha Delphia LONG, John 
WILLIAM) was born on 30 Dec 1970 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, USA. He was born 
in the covenant. 

Justin married Katherine Jill HAMMER daughter of Don HAMMER and Joan. 

They had the following children: 

597 F i. Reagan Jill EGBERT . 



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598 F ii. Ellie Kate Egbert . 

599 M iii. Justin Dillan EGBERT . 

600 M iv. Brigham Hyrum EGBERT . 

601 M v. Ashton Phillip EGBERT was born on 8 Oct 2004. He died on 8 Oct 2004. 

He was buried on 13 Oct 2004 in Rigby Pioneer Cemetery, Jefferson, 
Idaho, USA. 

41 3. Rebecca KUNZ (Neil LaGrande KUNZ, Maurine TONKS, Martha Delphia LONG, John 
WILLIAM) was born on 17 Dec 1969 in Portland, Multnomah, Oregon. She was born in 
the covenant. 

Rebecca married Kirk HANSEN son of Jim HANSEN and Coralie. 

They had the following children: 

602 M i. Zachary Kunz HANSEN was born on 1 Jan 2001. 

51 0.Shayne Christopher Gianchetta SORENSON (Sandra Marie GIANCHETTA, Ella Marie 
WEAVER, Chrissie Tressa LONG, John WILLIAM) was born on 31 May 1970 in Pocatello, 
Bannock, Idaho, USA. He had other parents. 

Shayne was not married (1) to Charlyne BURKE . 

They had the following children: 

603 M i. Jared Thomas BURKE was born on 3 Feb 1988 in Pocatello, Bannock, 

Idaho, USA. 



Shayne married (2) Stephanie . Stephanie was born on 13 Oct. 



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They had the following children: 



604 F ii. Nikole GIANCHETTA was born on 16 Feb. 



605 F iii. Michelle GIANCHETTA was born on 29 Apr. 



Shayne was not married (3) to Tracy CONVERSE . 
They had the following children: 

606 F iv. Mersades Marie GIANCHETTA was born on 1 Dec 2001 in Pocatello, 

Bannock, Idaho, USA. 

515. MIc BOWEN (Valerie CLEMENT, Crissie Louise WEAVER, Chrissie Tressa LONG, John 
WILLIAM) was born on 6 May 1975. He was born in the covenant. 

Mic married Shari Ann Mill daughter of Gerald P. MILL on 29 Nov 1996 in Idaho Falls, 
Bonneville, Idaho, USA. They were sealed on 29 Nov 1996 in the Idaho Falls Idaho 

temple. Shari was born on 14 Nov 1974. 

They had the following children: 

607 M i. Hayden Bradford BOWEN was born on 1 1 Oct 2000. 

538. Joslin WEAVER (Donald Holmes WEAVER, David Clement WEAVER, Chrissie Tressa 
LONG, John WILLIAM) was born on 19 May 1978 in Boise, Ada, Idaho, USA. She was 
born in the covenant. She was baptized on 21 Jun 1986. She was endowed on 28 Nov 
1998 in the Boise Idaho temple. 



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Joslin married Jeremy Adam ALDRICH son of J. Pete ALDRICH and J. Pete ALDRICH 
Mrs. on 20 Sep 1997 in Boise, Ada, Idaho, USA. 

They had the following children: 

608 F i. Savanna Paige ALDRICH was born on 13 Mar 2000. 

609 F ii. Abree Nicole ALDRICH was born on 21 Sep 2001 . 

557. Christine EMPEY (David Earl EMPEY, Melba WEAVER, Chrissie Tressa LONG, John 
WILLIAM) was born on 25 Dec 1980 in St. George, Washington County, Utah, USA. She 
was born in the covenant. She was baptized on 4 Feb 1989. 

Christine married Damon Robert JESKE son of Judy on 16 Feb 2002 in USS Utah 
Memorial, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. Damon was born on 13 Mar. He was baptized on 30 Mar 
2002 in Hawaii. 

They had the following children: 

610 F i. Mariyah Lynn JESKE was born on 10 Mar 2000. She had other parents. 

61 1 F ii. Amara Cadalee JESKE was born on 23 May 2004 in San Diego, 

California. 

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593. Bryan JENKINS (Rosemary GRAY, Barbara Mary SANDERSON, Mary Estella 
ANDERSON, Mary Estella LONG, John WILLIAM). 

Bryan married Elisha . 

They had the following children: 

612 M i. Paul Gerald JENKINS was born in Oct 2004 in Chicago, Illinois. He died in 

Oct 2004 in Chicago, Illinois. 

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Abigail 976 

Alice 974 

Ann 973 

Barbara 1041 

Bernice 395 

Bob 356 

Breanna 1060 

Coralie 1096 

Donna 1002 

Elisha 1098 

Elizabeth 972 

Elizabeth 974 

Ellen 984 

Emily 844 

Frank 395 

George 389 

Gladys 994 

Janet 1054 

Jean 1054 

Jeanette 395 

Jo Ann 1025 

Julie 1028 

Kent 351 

Kristen 985 

Kristy 1015 

Lara 372 

Lou 356 

LucyT 1028 

Lula 378 

Lynne 1073 

Marie 389 

Marjolein 1026 

Marlena 395 

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Millie 518 

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Hess, Ethel 1013 

Hess, Orin Moroni 1013 

Heward, Ruth 369 

Hicks, Rebecca 657 

Hicks, Rebecca 1035 

Higby, Charles 1038 

Hignall, Alexander 972 

Hignall, John 80 

Hignall, John 971 

Hignall, Martha 80 

Hignall, Martha 81 

Hignall, Martha 82 

Hignall, Martha 99 

Hignall, Martha 950 

Hignall, Martha 970 

Hignall, Mary 80 

Hignall, Richard 974 

Hill, Arlene 454 

Hill, Lavina 469 

Hill, Lila Minerva 454 

Hill, Linda Ruth 1013 

Hill, Nancy 790 

Hill, Nancy 799 

Hill, Nancy 800 

Hill, Nancy 871 

Hill, Nancy 1051 

Hill, Vernon "M" 1051 

Hill, Viola 469 

Hill, Vivian 469 

Hillman, Edith 687 

Hillman, Eunice 469 

Hillman, Grandma 389 

Hillman, Guy R 454 

Hillman, Merle 454 

Hillman, Mrs 479 

Hillman, Mrs 317 



Hindmarah, J. 454 

Hinkley, Gordon B 430 

Hinkley, Sister 430 

Hirschi, Harvey 435 

Hirschi, Harvey 45 1 

Hirschi, Neil 1040 

Hobley, Steven A 1061 

Hochstrasser, Clyde 878 

Hochstrasser, Clyde 895 

Hochstrasser, Clyde 965 

Hochstrasser, J. Clyde 52 

Hochstrasser, Joseph A 999 

Hochstrasser, Joseph Clyde 999 

Hochstrasser, Julie 895 

Hochstrasser, Julie 896 

Hochstrasser, Julie Frances 999 

Hochstrasser, Julie Frances 1052 

Hoezog, Miss 328 

Hoit, Warren B 1007 

Holman, Abigail Coleen 1060 

Holman, Cade Stanton 1060 

Holman, Chad 1059 

Holman, Heather Nicole 1060 

Holman, Jacob Chad 1060 

Holman, James Curtis 1059 

Holman, Naomi 284 

Holmes Alice Elizabeth 18 

Holmes, Alice 16 

Holmes, Alice 36 

Holmes, Alice 37 

Holmes, Alice 91 

Holmes, Alice 101 

Holmes, Alice 129 

Holmes, Alice 130 

Holmes, Alice Elizabeth 95 

Holmes, Alice Elizabeth 107 

Holmes, Alice Elizabeth 110 

Holmes, Alice Elizabeth 664 

Holmes, Alice Elizabeth 666 

Holmes, Alice Elizabeth 670 

Holmes, Alice Elizabeth 950 

Holmes, Alice Elizabeth 952 

Holmes, Elizabeth Hart 89 

Holmes, Elizabeth Hart 101 

Holmes, Elizabeth Hart 104 

Holmes, Elizabeth Hart 126 



Holmes, Elizabeth Hart 914 

Holmes, Elizabeth Hart 950 

Holmes, Elizabeth Hart 95 1 

Holmes, James 91 

Holmes, James 93 

Holmes, James 94 

Holmes, James 95 

Holmes, James 96 

Holmes, James 98 

Holmes, James 101 

Holmes, James 107 

Holmes, James 129 

Holmes, James 130 

Holmes, James 666 

Holmes, James 950 

Holmes, James 951 

Holmes, Sarah 16 

Holmes, Sarah 35 

Holmes, Sarah Ann 18 

Holmes, Sarah Ann 91 

Holmes, Sarah Ann 95 

Holmes, Sarah Ann 101 

Holmes, Sarah Ann 1 07 

Holmes, Sarah Ann 110 

Holmes, Sarah Ann 129 

Holmes, Sarah Ann 130 

Holmes, Sarah Ann 664 

Holmes, Sarah Ann 666 

Holmes, Sarah Ann 670 

Holmes, Sarah Ann 950 

Holmes, Sarah Ann 952 

Holyoak, 458 

Hoopes, George 727 

Home, Joseph 141 

Hounes, Joseph 148 

Howell, Charles August 994 

Howell, Violet May 994 

Huff, Barbara 454 

Huff, Richard M 469 

Huggins, Alta 285 

Huggins, Joseph Stephen 284 

Huggins, Maggie 272 

Huggins, Maggie 285 

Huggins, Maggie 286 

Huggins, Maggie Maydel 51 

Huggins, Maggie Maydell 154 



Huggins, Maggie Maydell 284 

Huggins, Maggie Maydell 293 

Huggins, Maggie Maydell 993 

Huggins, Myrtle 287 

Huggins, Zell 285 

Huggins, Zell 286 

Huggins, Zell 287 

Huggins, Zell 288 

Hulet, Albert 457 

Hull, Jana Joy 1011 

Humble, John Scott 454 

Humble, Miles DeeLee 469 

Humus, Mary 788 

Hunt, Hortense 1050 

Hunt, Mrs, Jonathan 777 

Hunter, Cassia 190 

Hunter, Cassia 192 

Hunter, Cassia 1003 

Hunter, Herman 1003 

Hunter, Myra Otillie 1025 

Hunter, Myrna Otillie 385 

Hunter, Myrna Otillie 386 

Hunter, Ralph 835 

Hurst, Bob 816 

Huskinson, 923 

Huskinson, Morris 1040 

Hyde, Rose 1011 

Hyde, William A 246 

Hymas, Bert 809 

Hymas, Bert Simpson 864 

Hymas, Bert Simpson 998 

Hymas, Emma 809 

Hymas, Erma 809 

Hymas, Gwen 809 

Hymas, Hazel Almeda 52 

Hymas, Hazel Almeda 821 

Hymas, Hazel Almeda 823 

Hymas, Hazel Almeda 998 

Hymas, Mary 837 

Hymas, Mary 840 

Hymas, Mary 853 

Hymas, Mary Perry 783 

Hymas, Marylyn 809 

Hymus, (Brother) 28 

Hymus, Bert 783 

Hymus, Bert 808 



Hymus, Bert 808 

Hymus, Bert 837 

Hymus, Bert Simpson 736 

Hymus, Bert Simpson 738 

Hymus, Bert Simpson 746 

Hymus, Bert Simpson 777 

Hymus, Bert Simpson 778 

Hymus, Dick 834 

Hymus, Hazel 715 

Hymus, Hazel 734 

Hymus, Hazel 735 

Hymus, Hazel 737 

Hymus, Hazel Almeda 154 

Hymus, Hazel Almeda 736 

Hymus, Hazel Almeda 780 

Hymus, Hazel Almeda 781 

Hymus, Hazel Almeda 857 

Hymus, Hazel Almeda 866 

Hymus, Mary 746 

Hymus, Mary 807 

Hymus, Mary 808 

Hymus, Mary 832 

Hymus, Mary Perry 736 

Hymus, Mary Perry 744 

Hymus, Mary Perry 863 

Ingram, Angela Fay 1 049 

Irish, David 463 

Irish, David 1029 

Irish, Jana 463 

Irish, Jill 463 

Irish, Todd 463 

Irish, Travis 463 

Irish, Tray 463 

Irish, Tyler 463 

Isaac, Lydia 1004 

Iverson, Hilda" 285 

Ivory, Bernice 188 

Jackson, Ann Somes 1013 

Jackson, Betty 419 

Jackson, Betty 420 

Jackson, Carl 1015 

Jackson, Harry 55 

Jackson, Harry 56 

Jackson, Harry 957 

Jackson, Harry 964 

Jackson, Marge 420 



Jackson, Minnie 420 

Jacoben, Grant R 1019 

Jacobsen, Maren 980 

Jacobson, Nadine B 454 

James, Tom 816 

Jardine, Richard F 237 

Jardine, Richard F 238 

Jardine, Richard F 239 

Jarvis, Mary Ann 24 

Jarvis, Mary Ann 25 

Jarvis, Mary Ann 142 

Jarvis, Mary Ann 144 

Jarvis, Mary Ann 150 

Jarvis, Mary Ann 153 

Jeanus, Maurine Docias 469 

Jenkins, Bryan 1095 

Jenkins, Bryan 1098 

Jenkins, Dennis 160 

Jenkins, Dennis 1006 

Jenkins, Gerrald 1006 

Jenkins, Gerrald 1095 

Jenkins, Jeffrey 1095 

Jenkins, Jill 160 

Jenkins, Kevin 1095 

Jenkins, Mary La Faye 473 

Jenkins, Mary La Faye 474 

Jenkins, Mary La Faye 475 

Jenkins, Mary LaFaye '. 1029 

Jenkins, Paul 1095 

Jenkins, Paul Gerald 1098 

Jenkins, Rosetta 1056 

Jenkins, Russell Thomas 1029 

Jenkins, Steven 1095 

Jensen, Anders 980 

Jensen, Christen 138 

Jensen, Christen 978 

Jensen, George 469 

Jensen, Gertrud 982 

Jensen, Johanne 983 

Jensen, Maren 138 

Jensen, Marren 978 

Jensen, Olluff 982 

Jensen, Soren 985 

Jensen, T. Gordon 242 

Jeske, Amara Cadalee 596 

Jeske, Amara Cadalee 1098 



Jeske, Damon Robert 596 

Jeske, Damon Robert 1098 

Jeske, Mariyah 596 

Jeske, Mariyah Lynn 1 098 

Jewell, Edith Fay 1087 

Jex,Gayla 1080 

John, Brian 1007 

Johnson, Burt 469 

Johnson, Ellen 290 

Johnson, Joe 328 

Johnson, John 1 40 

Johnson, Lon 335 

Jones, Byron 1018 

Jones, Larry L 1009 

Jones, Susan 1041 

Jones, Tara 606 

Jorgensen, Joan 761 

Jorgensen, Joan 763 

Jorgensen, Laurids 982 

Josephson, Carl Dee 469 

Josephson, Donna Mae 454 

Kapp, Nathan Lee 1050 

Kasckey, 633 

Kauer, Guy Hinkley 1018 

Kay, Marjory 469 

Kearsley, Phil 454 

Kernan, Sheila 1071 

Keysor, Robert E 898 

Kidd, Jack 813 

Kieste,J. 1008 

Kiester, Daniel 1 60 

Kiester, Kathy 160 

Killpack, William 421 

Killpack, William 460 

Killpack, William 836 

Kimball, Spencer W 498 

Kimble, J. Golden 331 

Kinghorn, David 235 

Kinghorn, David 237 

Kinghorn, David 239 

Kite, Vera Mary 937 

Kite, Verna 1001 

Knight, O. F 454 

Knight, O. F 469 

Koford, Karen Ann 1089 

Kolling, Sheriff 633 



Krescha, Ada 634 

Krescha, Daddy 634 

Krogue, Frankie 495 

Krogue, Gertrude 151 

Krogue, Leonard 115 

Kunz, 54 

Kunz, Adileigh 379 

Kunz, Angelica Rose 1066 

Kunz, Brock James 1 062 

Kunz, Carma Denice 375 

Kunz, Carma Denice 469 

Kunz, Dale Rice 375 

Kunz, Dale Rice 379 

Kunz, Dale Rice 380 

Kunz, Douglas Ryan 1066 

Kunz, Duane 376 

Kunz, Duane 377 

Kunz, Duane 378 

Kunz, Duane 379 

Kunz, Duane 380 

Kunz, Duane 381 

Kunz, Duane Herbert Beecher 375 

Kunz, Eric Wakley 1062 

Kunz, Grefory Neil 1062 

Kunz, Heidi 1063 

Kunz, James H 1024 

Kunz, James Herbert 374 

Kunz, James Herbert 375 

Kunz, James Herbert 376 

Kunz, James Herbert 377 

Kunz, James Herbert 379 

Kunz, James Herbert 380 

Kunz, James Herbert 381 

Kunz, Janice 469 

Kunz, Jim 345 

Kunz, Jodi LaNeal 1062 

Kunz, Keith James 375 

Kunz, LaRae 418 

Kunz, LaRae 1024 

Kunz, LaRae 1063 

Kunz, LaRee 418 

Kunz, LaRee 1024 

Kunz, LaRee 1064 

Kunz, Lina 369 

Kunz, Linta Afton 469 

Kunz, Marinda 1 066 



Kunz, Marlene 455 

Kunz, Martha Faye 375 

Kunz, Maurine 340 

Kunz, Maurine 341 

Kunz, Maurine 342 

Kunz, Maurine 343 

Kunz, Maurine 345 

Kunz, Maurine 363 

Kunz, Maurine 418 

Kunz, Maurine 448 

Kunz, Maurine 475 

Kunz, Maurine 484 

Kunz, Megan 1 066 

Kunz, Melissa 1066 

Kunz, Melvin K 454 

Kunz, Merle 340 

Kunz, Merle 342 

Kunz, Merle 363 

Kunz, Merle 378 

Kunz, Merle 379 

Kunz, Merle 380 

Kunz, Merle 381 

Kunz, Merle 448 

Kunz, Merle 455 

Kunz, Merle 475 

Kunz, Merle Drake Grand 374 

Kunz, Merle Drake Grand 375 

Kunz, Merle Drake Grand 376 

Kunz, Merle Drake Grand 377 

Kunz, Merle Drake Grand 1024 

Kunz, Merline 1024 

Kunz, Merline 1061 

Kunz, Morris II 469 

Kunz, Neil 477 

Kunz, Neil LaGrande 1024 

Kunz, Neil LaGrande 1 062 

Kunz, Phylis 378 

Kunz, Rebecca 1 062 

Kunz, Rebecca 1 096 

Kunz, Ross 378 

Kunz, Ryan Merle 1024 

Kunz, Ryan Merle 1 066 

Kunz, Sally 1024 

Kunz, Sally 1065 

Kunz, Seth 335 

Kunz, Tyler 1063 



Kunz, Von James 1025 

Lake, Ray Phillips 1032 

Lake, Ruby 534 

Lake, Ruby 1032 

Laney, Bill 838 

Langhton, James 304 

Langton, James A 517 

Larkin, Josephne Pearl 1010 

Larsen, Donna Ruth 469 

Larsen, Dr 322 

Larsen, Harold 425 

Larsen, Niels 983 

Larsen, Richard 552 

Larsen, Richard 619 

Larsen, Richard 620 

Larsen, Ross Jr 469 

Larson, Donnie 454 

LaRue, 932 

LaRue, Mathew 932 

LaRue, Mathew Grant 943 

LaRue, Mathew Grant 945 

Lauretzen, DeLos 365 

Lauretzen, Kenneth 417 

Lauridsen, Neils Larsen 981 

Lauridtsen, Anne 984 

Lauridtsen, Soren 984 

Lauritsen, Jorgen 984 

Lauritzen, Elva Irene 454 

Lauritzen, J. DeLos 759 

Laurizen, DeLos 337 

Laurizen, DeLos 347 

Lawrence, Dan R 898 

Lawson, Laura Lavon 1 064 

Layton, Scott H 1010 

Lectemberg, Althea 849 

Lee, Dick 963 

Lee, Harold B 458 

Lenz, Emma 1 040 

Leonard , Terry Douglas 772 

Leonard, Douglas 770 

Leonard, Douglas Terry 772 

Leonard, Heather 770 

Leonard, Terry 770 

Letham, Daniel J 469 

Letz, Violet 1091 

Lewis, David 1041 



Lighton, James 267 

Lincoln, Abraham 387 

Lindsay, Lola 1018 

Lindsay, Sarah Elizabeth 995 

Ling, Kip 902 

Little, Ariore 469 

Little, Verda 469 

Little, Whitney 454 

Littlefield, Emily Ann 327 

Littlefield, Emily Ann 389 

Littlefield, Emily Ann 413 

Littlefield, Emily Ann 483 

Littlefield, Emily Ann 994 

Lloyd, DavidS 469 

Lockes, Lorie Ann 967 

Lofthouse, Vernal 469 

Long , Amelia Ellen 133 

Long , Estella 75 

Long Amelia Ellen 119 

Long Carmen 282 

Long Christine (Chrissie) 87 

Long Clara 252 

Long Evan 723 

Long Glen Christensen 823 

Long Glenn Christensen 804 

Long Helina Christina 83 

Long John Royal 267 

Long John William 239 

Long Martha 76 

Long Ruby 252 

Long Thell 290 

Long Venice Naomi 273 

Long, 153 

Long, 153 

Long, 1052 

Long, Benjiman David 1085 

Long, Harold Quitman 1085 

Long, Harold Ricky 1085 

Long, Seth Taylor 1086 

Long, (Sister) 90 

Long, Abie 967 

Long, Alfred Bruce 84 

Long, Alfred Bruce 87 

Long, Alice 264 

Long, Alice 300 

Long, Alice Seville 27 



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Alice Seville 50 

Alice Seville 154 

Alice Seville 162 

Alice Seville 247 

Alice Seville 248 

Alice Seville 254 

Alice Seville 255 

Alice Seville 256 

Alice Seville 265 

Alice Seville 647 

Alice Seville 663 

Alice Seville 987 

Alice Seville 992 

Almeda Jeannie 1048 



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Andrea Kaye 837 

Andrea Kaye 841 

Andrea Kaye 852 

Andrea Kaye 856 

Andrea Kaye 1048 



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Long, Ann 789 

Long, Ann 797 

Long, Ann 832 

Long, Anny 1055 

Long, Ardeth Ann 858 

Long, Ardith Ann 749 

Long, Ardith Ann 750 

Long, Ardith Ann 754 

Long, Ardith Ann 766 

Long, Ardith Ann 767 

Long, Ardith Ann 784 

Long, Ardith Ann 795 

Long, Ardith Ann 805 

Long, Ardith Ann 867 

Long, Ardith Ann 999 

Long, Ardith Ann 1050 

Long, Ashley 817 

Long, Ashley 1092 

Long, Barbara 903 

Long, Becky 837 

Long, Becky Gay 836 

Long, Becky Gay 841 

Long, Becky Gay 851 

Long, Becky Gay 856 

Long, Becky Gay 1048 

Long, Benjiman 577 

Long, Bessie 76 

Long, Bessie 723 

Long, Bessie Amelia 135 

Long, Bessie Amelia 136 

Long, Bessie Lavina 33 

Long, Bessie Lavina 61 

Long, Bessie Lavina 68 

Long, Bessie Lavina 504 

Long, Bessie Lavina 988 

Long, Bessie Lavine 154 

Long, Bessie Lovina 511 

Long, Bessie Lovina 526 

Long, Bessie Lovine 51 

Long, Bessy 234 

Long, Bessy 249 

Long, Bessy 263 

Long, Bessy 299 

Long, Bessy 503 

Long, Bessy 505 

Long, Bessy 523 



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Bessy Lavina 163 

Bessy Lavine 250 

Betsy 282 

Betsy 283 

Betty 910 

Betty Davis 911 

Betty Jo Davis 907 

Birdie Seretta 135 

Brent 902 

Brent Evan 1000 

Brent Evan 1052 

Bruce 820 

Bruce Alan 817 

Bruce Allen 1047 

Bruce Allen 1093 

Burke Russell 940 

Burke Russell 942 

Burke Russell 944 

Burke Russell 1002 

Caelyn Rose 1094 

Carmen 283 

Carroll Joyce 1000 

Cheryr'Sherry" Lynne 1002 

Cheryl "Sherry" Lynne 1053 

Cheryl Lynn 965 

Chrissie 8 

Chrissie 31 

Chrissie '. 37 

Chrissie 39 

Chrissie 45 

Chrissie 47 

Chrissie 48 

Chrissie 61 

Chrissie 65 

Chrissie 68 

Chrissie 83 

Chrissie 99 

Chrissie 153 

Chrissie 171 

Chrissie 197 

Chrissie 203 

Chrissie 234 

Chrissie 249 

Chrissie 252 

Chrissie 256 

Chrissie 263 



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Chrissie 264 

Chrissie 269 

Chrissie 299 

Chrissie 301 

Chrissie 314 

Chrissie 357 

Chrissie 513 

Chrissie 519 

Chrissie 528 

Chrissie 650 

Chrissie 651 

Chrissie 681 

Chrissie 685 

Chrissie 686 

Chrissie 687 

Chrissie 692 

Chrissie 718 

Chrissie 720 

Chrissie 723 

Chrissie 858 

Chrissie 917 

Chrissie 918 

Chrissie 936 

Chrissie 948 

Chrissie 949 

Chrissie Teressa 35 

Chrissie Teressa 154 

Chrissie Tressa 51 

Chrissie Tressa 76 

Chrissie Tressa 136 

Chrissie Tressa 162 

Chrissie Tressa 169 

Chrissie Tressa 254 

Chrissie Tressa 261 

Chrissie Tressa 265 

Chrissie Tressa 508 

Chrissie Tressa 515 

Chrissie Tressa 516 

Chrissie Tressa 517 

Chrissie Tressa 518 

Chrissie Tressa 527 

Chrissie Tressa 535 

Chrissie Tressa 543 

Chrissie Tressa 544 

Chrissie Tressa 559 

Chrissie Tressa 560 



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Chrissie Tressa 570 

Chrissie Tressa 578 

Chrissie Tressa 647 

Chrissie Tressa 663 

Chrissie Tressa 668 

Chrissie Tressa 669 

Chrissie Tressa 995 

Chrissie, Tressa 512 

Christiana Chrissie 90 

Christina 80 

Christine 81 



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Long, Clara Elizabeth 50 

Long, Clara Elizabeth 61 

Long, Clara Elizabeth 65 

Long, Clara Elizabeth 68 

Long, Clara Elizabeth 1 54 

Long, Clara Elizabeth 162 

Long, Clara Elizabeth 221 

Long, Clara Elizabeth 240 

Long, Clara Elizabeth 254 

Long, Clara Elizabeth 265 

Long, Clara Elizabeth 647 

Long, Clara Elizabeth 662 

Long, Clara Elizabeth 663 

Long, Clara Elizabeth 987 

Long, Clara Elizabeth 990 

Long, Clifford 203 

Long, Clifford 358 

Long, Clifford 723 

Long, Clifford 858 

Long, Clifford 894 

Long, Clifford 919 

Long, Clifford 923 

Long, Clifford 924 

Long, Clifford 933 

Long, Clifford 935 

Long, Clifford 938 

Long, Clifford 950 

Long, Clifford 954 

Long, Clifford 955 

Long, Clifford 958 

Long, Clifford 959 

Long, Clifford 960 

Long, Clifford 961 

Long, Clifford 962 

Long, Clifford 963 

Long, Clifford 964 

Long, Clifford Scott 1003 

Long, Clifford V 956 

Long, Clifford Virgin 45 

Long, Clifford Virgin 53 

Long, Clifford Virgin 54 

Long, Clifford Virgin 55 

Long, Clifford Virgin 67 

Long, Clifford Virgin 257 

Long, Clifford Virgin 280 

Long, Clifford Virgin 324 



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Clifford Virgin 878 

Clifford Virgin 890 

Clifford Virgin 914 

Clifford Virgin 946 

Clifford Virgin 947 

Clifford Virgin 965 

Clifford virgin 989 

Clifford Virgin 1002 

Clifford Virgin 49 

Cody 817 

Cody 1093 

Coleen 939 

Coleen 943 

Colene 932 

Colleen L 1002 

Crissie Tressa 507 

Dana Jean 966 

Dana Jean 1054 

Daren 954 

Daren 964 

Daren Clint 967 

Daren Glen 967 

Daren Glen 1003 



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748 
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822 
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Darrell 838 

Darrell 839 

Darrell 849 

Darrell 850 

Darrell 851 

Darrell 853 

Darrell 854 

Darrell 855 

Darrell 867 

Darrell Glen 821 

Darrell Glen 1047 

Darrell Glenn 743 

Darrell Glenn 744 

Darrell Glenn 781 

Darrell Glenn 840 

Darrell Glenn 841 

Darrell Glenn 848 

Darrell Glenn 856 

Darrell Glenn 858 

Darrell Glenn 998 

David 820 

David Lester 817 

David Lester 1047 

David Lester 1092 

Dennis 886 

Dennis Ray 1000 

Dennis Ray 1053 

Denzil Levi 134 

Diane Marie Bitters 1023 



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Lester 828 

Lester 832 

Lester 867 

Lester Bert 8 

Lester Bert 72 1 

Lester Bert 742 

Lester Bert 781 

Lester Bert 804 

Lester Bert 822 

Lester Bert 858 

Lester Bert 998 

Lester Bert 1046 

Levi 16 

Levi 17 

Levi 18 

Levi 37 

Levi 76 

Levi 80 

Levi 83 

Levi 84 

Levi 87 

Levi 102 

Levi 108 

Levi 112 

Levi 127 

Levi 264 

Levi 952 

Levi Henry 92 

Levi Henry 101 

Levi Henry 1 04 

Levi Henry 107 

Levi Henry 126 

Levi Henry 127 

Levi Henry 128 

Levi Henry 129 

Levi Henry 132 

Levi Henry 133 

Levi Henry 135 

Levi Henry 136 

Linda 909 

Linda 910 

Linda Gay 1001 

Lisa Jane 1022 

Lorna 910 

Lorna Gail 909 

Lorna Gail 1001 



Long, Lorri 910 

Long, Lovenia Rae 837 

Long, Lovenia Rae 84 1 

Long, Lovenia Rae 852 

Long, Lovenia Rae 856 

Long, Lovenia Rae 1 048 

Long, Maggie 157 

Long, Maggie 270 

Long, Maggie 287 

Long, Maggie 289 

Long, Maggie 290 

Long, Maggie 292 

Long, Marge 943 

Long, Margie 897 

Long, Margie 94 1 

Long, Marianne 820 

Long, Marianne 1 047 

Long, Marianne 1 092 

Long, Marjorie 934 

Long, Marjorie 939 

Long, Marjorie 940 

Long, Marjorie 942 

Long, Marjorie Flint 932 

Long, Mark 203 

Long, Mark 358 

Long, Mark 392 

Long, Mark 723 

Long, Mark 858 

Long, Mark 909 

Long, Mark 919 

Long, Mark 935 

Long, Mark 958 

Long, Mark V 911 

Long, Mark Virgin 45 

Long, Mark Virgin 49 

Long, Mark Virgin 53 

Long, Mark Virgin 55 

Long, Mark Virgin 67 

Long, Mark Virgin 257 

Long, Mark Virgin 280 

Long, Mark Virgin 324 

Long, Mark Virgin 878 

Long, Mark Virgin 890 

Long, Mark Virgin 905 

Long, Mark Virgin 906 

Long, Mark Virgin 908 



Long, Mark Virgin 914 

Long, Mark Virgin 965 

Long, Mark Virgin 989 

Long, Mark Virgin 1000 

Long, Martha 8 

Long, Martha 29 

Long, Martha 31 

Long, Martha 39 

Long, Martha 43 

Long, Martha 45 

Long, Martha 47 

Long, Martha 48 

Long, Martha 48 

Long, Martha 61 

Long, Martha 65 

Long, Martha 66 

Long, Martha 68 

Long, Martha 153 

Long, Martha 169 

Long, Martha 171 

Long, Martha 195 

Long, Martha 197 

Long, Martha 203 

Long, Martha 204 

Long, Martha 232 

Long, Martha 234 

Long, Martha 249 

Long, Martha 256 

Long, Martha 263 

Long, Martha 266 

Long, Martha 267 

Long, Martha 280 

Long, Martha 300 

Long, Martha 301 

Long, Martha 304 

Long, Martha 305 

Long, Martha 307 

Long, Martha 308 

Long, Martha 309 

Long, Martha 310 

Long, Martha 311 

Long, Martha 312 

Long, Martha 313 

Long, Martha 314 

Long, Martha 315 

Long, Martha 347 



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692 

718 

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723 

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917 

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948 

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Ann 82 

Delpha 51 

Delphia 154 

Delphia 162 

Delphia 254 

Delphia 265 

Delphia 297 

Delphia 298 

Delphia 316 

Delphia 336 

Delphia 337 

Delphia 346 

Delphia 383 

Delphia 390 

Delphia 391 

Delphia 412 

Delphia 413 

Delphia 453 

Delphia . . . 465 

Delphia 481 

Delphia 647 

Delphia 662 

Delphia 988 

Delphia 994 

Hignall 84 

Hignall 90 

179 



Long, Mary 251 

Long, Mary 264 

Long, Mary 300 

LONG, Mary 302 

Long, Mary 304 

Long, Mary 315 

Long, Mary 324 

Long, Mary 482 

Long, Mary 510 

Long, Mary 518 

Long, Mary 681 

Long, Mary 685 

Long, Mary 720 

Long, Mary 858 

Long, Mary 913 

Long, Mary 917 

Long, Mary 918 

Long, Mary 936 

Long, Mary 948 

Long, Mary C 254 

Long, Mary C 265 

Long, Mary Christensen 29 

Long, Mary Christensen 30 

Long, Mary Christensen 31 

Long, Mary Christensen 32 

Long, Mary Christensen 33 

Long, Mary Christensen 34 

Long, Mary Christensen 35 

Long, Mary Christensen 37 

Long, Mary Christensen 38 

Long, Mary Christensen 39 

Long, Mary Christensen 40 

Long, Mary Christensen 42 

Long, Mary Christensen 43 

Long, Mary Christensen 44 

Long, Mary Christensen 56 

Long, Mary Christensen 70 

Long, Mary Christensen 76 

Long, Mary Christensen 504 

Long, Mary Christensen 647 

Long, Mary Christensen 648 

Long, Mary Christensen 649 

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Long, Mary Christensen 718 

Long, Mary Christensen 723 

Long, Mary Elba 82 1 



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Mary Elda 738 

MaryElda 739 

Mary Elda 780 

Mary Elda 781 

Mary Elda 795 

Mary Elda 805 

Mary Elda 998 

Mary Ellen 1022 

Mary Elna 858 

Mary Elna 867 

Mary Estell 

Mary Estella 

Mary Estella 

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195 

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68 

154 

159 

166 

167 

168 

179 

254 

265 

647 

662 

662 

987 

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Mary La Rae 275 

Mary LaRae 994 

Mary Tressa 646 

Maxine 748 

Maxine 751 

Maxine 754 

Maxine 782 

Maxine 785 

Maxine 785 

Maxine 786 

Maxine 787 

Maxine 788 

Maxine 795 

Maxine 805 

Maxine 832 

Maxine 860 

Maxine 861 



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Maxine 867 

Maxine Gwen 745 

Maxine Gwen 746 

Maxine Gwen 782 

Maxine Gwen 998 

Maxine Gwen 1048 

Mckenzie 843 

Melissa Janet 966 

Mercy 80 

Michael 820 

Michael Glenn 721 

Michael Glenn 817 

Michael John 963 

Michael Thomas 966 

MichealGlen 1047 

Micheal Glenn 1091 

Micheal John 966 

Mike 954 

Mike 964 

Mike John 1003 

Mike John 1054 

Millie 35 

Missie 1055 

Nancy 801 

Nancy 803 

Nancy 872 

Nancy 873 

Nancy 873 

Nancy 874 

Nancy Hill 802 

Natalie Fay 837 

Natalie Fay 841 

Natalie Fay 851 

Natalie Fay 856 

Natalie Fay 1048 

Nathan 577 

Nathan Anthony 1085 

Nathan Daniel 945 

Nikki Mae 837 

NikkiMae 841 

Nikki Mae 851 

Nikki Mae 856 

NikkiMae 1048 

Olivia 1054 

Olivia Kellie 966 

Patricia Janette 1022 



Long, Pearl 8 

Long, Pearl 29 

Long, Pearl 30 

Long, Pearl 39 

Long, Pearl 61 

Long, Pearl 65 

Long, Pearl 68 

Long, Pearl 87 

Long, Pearl 153 

Long, Pearl 1 69 

Long, Pearl 1 95 

Long, Pearl 197 

Long, Pearl 203 

Long, Pearl 204 

Long, Pearl 222 

Long, Pearl 232 

Long, Pearl 234 

Long, Pearl 241 

Long, Pearl 242 

Long, Pearl 243 

Long, Pearl 244 

Long, Pearl 249 

Long, Pearl 253 

Long, Pearl 255 

Long, Pearl 263 

Long, Pearl 299 

Long, Pearl 518 

Long, Pearl 681 

Long, Pearl 692 

Long, Pearl 718 

Long, Pearl 719 

Long, Pearl 720 

Long, Pearl 858 

Long, Pearl 917 

Long, Pearl 936 

Long, Pearl 948 

Long, Pearl 949 

Long, Rachel 817 

Long, Rachel 1092 

Long, Rachelle 801 

Long, Rachelle 803 

Long, Rachelle 872 

Long, Rachelle 873 

Long, Rachelle 874 

Long, Rebecca 1055 

Long, Rebecca Ann 966 



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Richard Gene Bitters 1023 

Richard Jay 1022 

Rill Hart 135 

Ronald Grant 932 

Ronald Grant 939 

Royal 8 

Royal 32 

Royal 39 

Royal 45 

Royal 46 

Royal 47 

Royal 76 

Royal 153 

Royal 156 

Royal 157 

Royal 169 

Royal 197 

Royal 203 

Royal 204 

Royal 249 

Royal 263 

Royal 264 

Royal 276 

Royal 278 

Royal 285 

Royal 289 

Royal 291 

Royal 300 

Royal 304 

Royal 681 

Royal 687 

Royal 718 

Royal 720 

Royal 723 

Royal 726 

Royal 727 

Royal 858 

Royal 890 

Royal 917 

Royal 918 

Royal 936 

Royal 948 

Royal 949 

Royal Thell 274 

Royal Thell 993 

Royal Thell 1022 



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Ruby 8 

Ruby 37 

Ruby 38 

Ruby 41 

Ruby 43 

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Ruby 45 

Ruby 47 

Ruby 48 

Ruby 61 

Ruby 65 

Ruby 68 

Ruby 78 

Ruby 153 

Ruby 169 

Ruby 171 

Ruby 197 

Ruby 203 

Ruby 242 

Ruby 249 

Ruby 256 

Ruby 269 

Ruby 299 

Ruby 301 

Ruby 313 

Ruby 523 

Ruby 650 

Ruby 651 

Ruby 652 

Ruby 682 

Ruby 683 

Ruby 684 

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Ruby 686 

Ruby 687 

Ruby 688 

Ruby 689 

Ruby 692 

Ruby 701 

Ruby 702 

Ruby 718 

Ruby 719 

Ruby 720 

Ruby 723 

Ruby 726 

Ruby 858 



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Ruby 894 

Ruby 895 

Ruby 897 

Ruby 917 

Ruby 918 

Ruby 936 

Ruby 948 

Ruby 949 

Ruby Fern 52 

Ruby Fern 61 

Ruby Fern 68 

Ruby Fern 154 

Ruby Fern 1 62 

Ruby fern 234 

Ruby Fern 254 

Ruby Fern 263 

Ruby Fern 264 

Ruby Fern 265 

Ruby Fern 516 

Ruby Fern 647 

Ruby Fern 677 

Ruby Fern 680 

Ruby Fern 681 

Ruby Fern 988 

Ruby Fern 997 

Russell Burke 933 

Saarah 803 

Saarah 874 

Sadie Ann 967 

Samuel Idaho 82 

Samuel Royce 966 

Sarah Ellen 36 

Sarah Ellen 51 

Sarah Ellen 61 

Sarah Ellen 68 

Sarah Ellen 154 

Sarah Ellen 162 

Sarah Ellen 234 

Sarah Ellen 254 

Sarah Ellen 265 

Sarah Ellen 645 

Sarah Ellen 647 

Sarah Ellen 648 

Sarah Ellen 650 

Sarah Ellen 656 

Sarah Ellen 723 



Long, 
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Sarah Ellen 988 

Sarah Ellen 996 

Scherlene 902 

Scott 954 

Scott 962 

Scott 964 

Scott 966 

Scott 1094 



Sevi 
Sevi 
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Sevi 
Sevi 
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153 

169 

197 

203 

204 

234 

249 

252 

263 

269 

299 

305 

306 

681 

692 

720 

723 

858 

936 

948 



Shane Patrick 945 

Sharon 838 

Sharon 839 

Sharon 851 

Sharon 853 

Sharon 854 

Sharon 855 

Sharon Andrus 840 

Sharon Andrus 841 

Sharon Andrus 843 



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Sharon Andrus 856 



Sherry 157 

Sherry 157 

Sherry 278 

Sherry 281 

Sherry 288 

Sherry 292 

Sherry 962 

Sherry Lee 275 

Sherry Lee 994 

Sherry Lee 1023 

Sheryl Lynn 964 

Stacie 872 

Stacy 801 

Stacy 873 

Stell 30 

Stell 34 

Stell 45 

Stell 204 

Stephanie 801 

Stephanie 1054 

Stephanie Noel 966 

Stephenie 803 

Stephenie 873 

Stephenie 874 

Steve 954 

Steve 962 

Steven Clayton 966 

Steven Clayton 1054 

Steven Clayton 1094 

Steven Grant 964 

Steven Grant 966 

Steven Grant 1003 

Steven Grant 1054 

Tara Marie 945 



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157 
157 
275 
276 
277 
278 
281 
282 
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Long, Thell 289 

Long, Thell 292 

Long, Thell 293 

Long, Thomas 1054 

Long, Thomas 1094 

Long, Travis Adam 1086 

Long, Venice 157 

Long, Venice 157 

Long, Venice 275 

Long, Venice 277 

Long, Venice 281 

Long, Venice 287 

Long, Venice 288 

Long, Venice 290 

Long, Venice 291 

Long, Venice 293 

Long, Venice Naomi 993 

Long, Venice Naomi 1 020 

Long, Violet 281 

Long, Wanda 900 

Long, William Hampdon 83 

Long, William Henry 83 

Long, William Leopold 82 

Long, William Scott 966 

Long,, Chrissie Tressa 988 

Long. Ellen 65 

Long. Ellen 66 

Long. Grant Virgin 55 

Long. John Royal 266 

Longhurst, William 963 

Loop, Earvin Klein 1071 

Loop, Karen Elizabeth 1071 

Loosli, Shirley 369 

Lords, Beth 540 

Loveland, Harold 838 

Loveland, Sarah Florence 1 02 1 

Lufkin, Grace 1 043 

Luke, Gordon Alan 1008 

Luke, Henry Alan 209 

Luke, Henry Alan 1008 

Luke, John Henry 1008 

Luke, Lunell 1008 

Lundell, Joyce 1037 

Lundell, Parley, Eugene 1037 

Luther, Martin 335 

Mac Intire, Mrs 43 



Mackey, Roberta Mae 469 

Madisen, Dermont 818 

Madisen, Karen 819 

Madison, Flora Louise 16 

Madison, Flora Louise 100 

Madsen, Adalena 1 063 

Madsen, Christian A 140 

Madsen, Dermont 1047 

Madsen, Karen 814 

Madsen, Karen Lucille 1 047 

Mae, Teresa 1014 

Majia, Lola Irene 1016 

Majia, Manuel Marcelo 1016 

Manjoney, Paul Vincent 1013 

Mansfield, Nora 1006 

Marcum, Thomas Dale 454 

Marker, 1052 

Marler, Dennis Kurt 1057 

Marler, Don LeRoy 192 

Marler, Don LeRoy 1057 

Marler, Donald 191 

Marler, Donald 192 

Marler, Jaren 1 92 

Marler, Jennifer 192 

Marler, Karen 192 

Marler, Karen 1057 

Marler, Kevin 192 

Marler, Kevin 1057 

Marler, Kurt 192 

Marler, Lori 192 

Marler, Lori 1057 

Marler, Melissa 192 

Marler, Michelle 192 

Marler, Michelle Dawn 1057 

Marler, Pamela 192 

Marler, Pamela 1057 

Marler, Shirlene Fay 1052 

Marriott, Elizabeth 970 

Marriott, John 972 

Marriott, John (Maritt) 973 

Marsh, 958 

Martin, Violet Viola 1062 

Marvin, Glenn 644 

Marvin, Glenn 1090 

Marvin, Saddie 1090 

Marvin, Sharee 644 



Marvin, Wyatt Glen 1090 

Matthews, Darwin 839 

Maupin, Tony 962 

May, Etta 397 

May, Etta 398 

May, Etta 400 

Mayer, Mary Tressa 1 46 

Mayers, Mary Theressa 74 

Mayers, Mary Theressa 76 

Mayers, Mary Theressa 138 

Mayers, Mary Theressa 969 

Mayers, Mary Theressa 977 

Mayers, Mary Theressa 978 

Mayers, Mary Theressa 987 

Mayers, Mary Tressa 110 

Mayers, Mary Tressa 144 

Mayers, Mary Tressa 145 

McBride, Arlene 1051 

McBride, Marvin 358 

McClain, James 1035 

McClure, Darrell Scott 1036 

McDonald, Alvin 731 

McDonald, Florence 454 

McDonald, Florence 469 

McEntire, Eli 759 

McEntire, Eli 995 

McFate, Peggy 775 

McFate, Richard 775 

McGinnis, Mr 378 

McGrath, James 898 

McKay, Thomas E 333 

McLaws, Agnes Estella 1036 

McMurdle, Effie Bell 469 

McMurdle, Vern M 454 

McMurrin,W 332 

Mennaar, Albert 469 

Mennear, Gertrude Agnes 454 

Meridith, 1059 

Meridith, Amber 1059 

Meridith, John 1059 

Meridith, Joshua 1059 

Merkley, Alva Christopher 879 

Merkley, Christopher 879 

Merkley, Christopher 881 

Merkley, Christopher 882 

Merkley, Christopher 883 



Merkley, Christopher 884 

Merkley, Christopher 885 

Merkley, Christopher 886 

Merkley, Christopher 886 

Merkley, Christopher Amos 879 

Merkley, John 879 

Merkley, Nelson 879 

Merkley, Nelson 881 

Merkley, Sara Francis 56 

Merkley, Sarah 883 

Merkley, Sarah 884 

Merkley, Sarah 885 

Merkley, Sarah Frances 876 

Merrill, Ivey 1008 

Merritt, Elizabeth 101 

Messick, Delaun T 1049 

Meyer, Albert J 898 

Meyer, Carl Fredrick 138 

Meyer, Carl Fredrick 978 

Meyer, Johan Leonhart 979 

Meyers, Charles 149 

Meyers, Fredrik Carl 146 

Meyers, Jacob 149 

Meyers, Mary 153 

Meyers, Mary Thressa 141 

Meyers, Mary Thressa 231 

Meyers, Mary Tressa 150 

Michelson, LaVaun 469 

Mickesel, Henry 322 

Mickle, R. C 330 

Mikisell, 416 

Mikisell, 454 

Milam, Elsie 105 

Milam, Elsie 118 

Milan, Elsie 357 

Milan, Lucus 124 

Miles, Evelyn 1037 

Miles, Raymond 775 

Mill, Gerald P 1097 

Mill, Shari Ann 1097 

Miller, Frances Darlene 469 

Miller, John 379 

Milton, Roene Parker 694 

Miner, Doyle C 469 

Miner, Gwendolyn 454 

Minson, Ann Elizabeth Long 134 



Minson, Arvilla 122 

Minson, Arvilla 124 

Minson, Lurlene Lillie Long 134 

Misner, Charles 454 

Mitton, Geraldine 1018 

Mitton, Herbert 1017 

Mitton, Herbert William 1018 

Mitton, John Henry 1017 

Mitton, Pauline Alice 1018 

Molen, Reed 838 

Molton, Wanda 878 

Moore, Mary Ette 698 

Moore, Maryette 997 

Morgan, Martha 269 

Morgan, Martha 723 

Morgan, Martha C 25 

Morgan, Steohanie 1 095 

Morgan, Will 723 

Morgan, William R 151 

Morgensen, Marie Elisabeth 1 40 

Morgensen, Marie Elisabeth 978 

Morgensen, Marie Elisabeth 979 

Morgensen, Marie Elizabeth 138 

Morgensen, Mary Magdalene or Elizabeth 146 

Mortensen, Monroe 285 

Mortensen, Ole 982 

Morton Devon Niclhole 1091 

Morton, Ryan Travis 1091 

Morton, Sarah 975 

Morton, Sarah 976 

Moser, Mary Ann 477 

Moser, Spencer 1070 

Moulton, Beth 417 

Moulton, Deon 485 

Moulton, Wanda 52 

Moulton, Wanda 965 

Moulton, Wanda 1000 

Muir, Nellie 218 

Mulder, Bryce 842 

Mulder, Danielle Johanna 842 

Mulder, Jacob Darrell 842 

Mulder, Nikki Mae Long 842 

Mulder, Steve 842 

Murphy, 896 

Murphy, 897 

Murphy, 999 



Murphy, Patricia Kay 999 

Murphy, Patty 896 

Murphy, Rebbecca 1006 

Muni, Doris C 469 

Murri, Robert D 469 

Murry, Joe 335 

Mutton, Mary 975 

Myer, Mary Theressa 70 

Myer, Mary Theressa 71 

Myer, Mary Theressa 510 

Myers, Charles Richard 1000 

Myers, Grant 1007 

Myers, Mary Theressa 139 

Myers, Mary Thressa 23 

Myler, Orrin M 238 

Myler, Orrin M 239 

Nate, Virginia 495 

Nebeker, Lewis 470 

Neilson, Charles, J 1004 

Neilson, Dorthy Lucille 1075 

Neilson, Florence Ruth 1004 

Neilson, Madison Page 770 

Neilson, Steven Dale 771 

Neilson, William 313 

Nelsen, Thelma 454 

Nelson, D. W 727 

Nelson, Earl 1006 

Nelson, Fayett 209 

Nelson, Fayett 1006 

Nelson, France 454 

Nelson, Grace 308 

Nelson, Tina 4 

Nelson, William 308 

Nelson, William 686 

Newman, 43 

Newman, Amelia 17 

Newman, Amelia 102 

Newman, Amelia 1 09 

Newman, Amelia 127 

Newman, Amelia Long 82 

Newman, Amelia Long 82 

Newman, Amelia Long 83 

Newman, Emanuel 40 

Newman, Emanuel 88 

Newman, John 40 

Newman, John 82 



Newman, John 83 

Newman, John 88 

Newman, John 88 

Newman, William 40 

Newman, William 88 

Nickell, Paul 454 

Niels, Ronald Ludwig 1014 

Nielsdatter, Thyra 979 

Nielsen, Jens 981 

Nielsen, Jens 984 

Nielsen, Jorgen 980 

Nielsen, Lauridtz 985 

Nielsen, Maren 982 

Nielsen, Mette 982 

Nielsen, Nicholas 770 

Nielsen, Steve 770 

Nielsen, Wendy 770 

Nielson, Nicholas Parker 771 

Norman, Jeff Karl 1043 

Oaky, (Brother) 28 

Okamura, Paul 1021 

Oler, Don 850 

Olofsdatter, Kristen 980 

Olsen, Chris 1058 

Olsen, Jim 477 

Olsen, Kristen 981 

Olsen, Morten 983 

Olsen, Renee 1 60 

Olsen, Sarah Jane 1072 

Olufsen, Neils 985 

Oran, Ellis 1018 

Oswald, John Anthony 1085 

Othesen, Frederik 980 

Ovard, Phyllis 454 

Ovard, Robert L 469 

Owens, Dorothy Ann 540 

Page, John E 881 

Page, Madison 771 

Page, Matthew 771 

Palmer, Dale Edmund 454 

Palmer, Hebe 328 

Palmer, Isaac 110 

Palmer, Sarah Ann Holmes 131 

Palmer, Thomas, E 328 

Palmer, Tom 328 

Palmer, Will 328 



Park, Elmer J 1062 



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Alice Seville Long 511 

Alice Seville Long 526 

Cindy Kay 1020 

Cindy Kay 1020 

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Leo 157 

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Leo 785 

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Lorenzo "R" '. 255 

Lorenzo "R" 258 

Lorenzo "R" 992 

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Lorenzo R 684 

Lorenzo R 718 

Lorenzo R 1016 

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Ma Ree W 660 

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Mary 1016 

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Melba 157 

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Melba Fawn 1019 

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Rao 157 

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Rayo Keith 1016 



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Ruth 157 

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Price, Cecil W 333 

Price, Cecil W 335 

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Price, Myrna Clark 675 

Price, Paul William 1044 

Price, Rodney 1044 

Price, Vance G 1044 

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Quinn, James A 242 

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Rainsdon, Fred 515 

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Rainsdons, 251 

Rallison, Ruth 1017 



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Reed, Archie Fredrick 1 006 

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Rich, Joseph C 3 

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Ricks, Clarinda 996 

Ricks, Dermont 838 

Ricks, Thomas E 238 

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Roberts, B. H 330 

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Roberts, Undine Reone 152 

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Robertson, Becky 618 

Robertson, Becky 619 

Robertson, Becky 620 



Robertson, Becky E 552 

Robertson, Gerald Alma 1089 

Robertson, Gerald Randall (Randy) 1089 

Robertson, Jennifer 616 

Robertson, Jennifer 619 

Robertson, Jennifer L 552 

Robertson, Jennifer Louise 602 

Robertson, Jennifer Louise 1089 

Robertson, Randall G 552 

Robertson, Randy 602 

Robertson, Randy 618 

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Robinson, Grant Elbert 1019 

Robinson, Grant Elijah 1019 

Robinson, Julia Coraleen 1019 

Robinson, Milt 563 

Robinson, Ronna Lee 1019 

Robinson, Roy 563 

Robinson, Scottie 1019 

Robles, Maria Eugenia 1011 

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Robson, Mary Helen 1005 

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Robson, Rhea 193 

Robson, Rhea Pauline 1005 

Robson, Richard Perry 1 005 

Robson, Richard, P 193 

Rockwood, Geneive 1047 

Rockwood, Genevieve 818 

Romrell, Melissia Ann 1081 

Romrell, Rowland 838 

Rose, Leah 1004 

Rosehime, Dr 627 

Rothery, John 379 

Rounds, Andrea Kaye Long 842 

Rounds, Chandler Jared 842 

Rounds, Kendrick Glenn 842 

Rounds, Victor Austin 842 

Rounds, Victor, A 842 

Rouse, Frances Leona 907 

Rowland, Dick 489 

Rowland, Dick 498 

Rowland, Ruby 495 

Rowsell, Willis 441 

Rupp, Carl 463 

Rupp, Carl Wayne 1075 



Rupp, Cristy 463 

Rupp, Dale Lawrence 1075 

Rupp, Dalian 463 

Rupp, Dalian Keith 1075 

Rupp, Doug 463 

Rupp, Douglas Mark 1075 

Rupp, Larry 462 

Rupp, Larry Scott 1075 

Rupp, Lori 462 

Rupp, Lori Ann 1075 

Rupp, Monty 462 

Rupp, Monty Dale 1075 

Ryland,Mr 302 

Ryland,Mrs 302 

Saleke, William W. Sr 237 

Salkeiald, Verla LaRue 469 

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Salmonson, Brad 1 002 

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Salmonson, Bradley 933 

Salmonson, Bradley 943 

Salmonson, Bradley Colin 945 

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Salmonson, Colin 933 

Salmonson, Colin 943 

Salmonson, Mathew 933 

Salmonson, Mr 943 

Salmonson, Mrs 943 

Salomonson, Colin Bradley 932 

Sandberg, David 160 

Sandberg, H. J 228 

Sandburg, Daniel S 1010 

Sandburg, Jerry Lynn 1010 

Sandburg, Susan Beth 1010 

Sanderburg, Hyrum John 209 

Sanderburg, Hyrum John 1010 

Sanders, Cameron Dean 842 

Sanders, Catherine Dawn 842 

Sanders, Kelley B 842 

Sanders, Logan James 842 

Sanders, Marshall Quinn 842 

Sanders, Natalie Fay Long 842 

Sanders, Sarah Jane 879 

Sanderson, Barbara 182 

Sanderson, Barbara 190 

Sanderson, Barbara Mary 191 



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Donald Edger 1005 

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Janet 192 

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Judy Kay 192 

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Mary 176 

Mary Anderson 191 

Mary Anderson 192 

MaryEstella 190 

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VickiLynn 1091 

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Schmidt, 1001 

Schofield, Dale 160 

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Schofield, Don William 1009 

Schofield, Lorenzo Amos 1009 

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Scofield, Don William 209 

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Seelman, Kimberli 843 

Selivm, 94 

Sharp, William P 808 

Shaw, Bert 220 

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Shearer, Gordon 595 

Shearer, Gordon Ray 597 

Shearer, Gordon Ray 1088 



Shearer, Rosanne 595 

Shearer, Rosanne 1088 

Shepherd, Lyllis June 1078 

Sherman, Doris LaRue 454 

Shipley, Angelinn 605 

Shirley, Alexis 605 

Shirley, Randall 605 

Shrieves, Ethel Minnie 1000 

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Simison, E. V 419 

Simmons, Rulon 845 

Simpson, Lawrence 228 

Sinclair, David R 329 

Sinclair, Mrs 319 

Sinclair, Mrs 360 

Skinner, Katherine Jane 1014 

Sleight, Doyle 408 

Smart, Effie 1034 

Smed, Inger Jensen 984 

Smed, Inger Jensen 985 

Smed, Peder Andersen 984 

Smith Aaron Brian 1081 

Smith, Betty Rae 847 

Smith, Brother 320 

Smith, Clifton 380 

Smith, Clyde W 454 

Smith, Donna 1053 

Smith, Effie Lucile (Lucy) 426 

Smith, Effie Lucile (Lucy) 445 

Smith, Florence May 469 

Smith, Hyrum 881 

Smith, John W 240 

Smith, Joseph 371 

Smith, Joseph 411 

Smith, Joseph 881 

Smith, Joseph 882 

Smith, Joseph 883 

Smith, Joseph 884 

Smith, Joseph 885 

Smith, Joseph F 329 

Smith, Joseph F 411 

Smith, Joseph Fielding 411 

Smith, Larry 1091 

Smith, Leon 828 

Smith, Leon 829 

Smith, Lot 105 



Smith, Lot 118 

Smith, Lucy Mack 371 

Smith, Phillip 1025 

Smith, Pres 360 

Smith, R. H 334 

Smith, Sarah 972 

Smith, Thomas 95 

Smith, Wendi Ann 1091 

Snow, 1018 

Solomon, Earnest Earl 1013 

Solomon, Kathy Ann 1058 

Solomon, Larry Kevin 1058 

Solomon, Larry William 1058 

Solomon, Peggy 510 

Sonne, Alma 444 

Sorensen, Anna 981 

Sorensen, Byette Briditte 985 

Sorensen, Jerelyn 469 

Sorensen, Kristen 984 

Sorensen, Maren 982 

Sorensen, Niels 983 

Sorenson, Shayne Christopher Gianchetta . 62 1 

Sorenson, Francis Lester 1079 

Sorenson, Shayne Christopher Gianchetta 1079 
Sorenson, Shayne Christopher Gianchetta 1080 
Sorenson, Shayne Christopher Gianchetta 1096 

Speas, Lena Flora 1041 

Speas, William Edwin 1041 

Spencer, William Dan 1018 

Spori, Annie 332 

Spori, Libby 332 

Spori, Libby 517 

Sprowl, Barbara 540 

Squires, Brandon William 1073 

Stanger, George 779 

Stanger, Sadie 779 

Stanger, Sarah 1019 

Stanley, Irving 469 

Steel, Danice 834 

Steflik, Donna Marie 944 

Steven, Nada 485 

Stevens, Mrs 370 

Stevens, Ruth Louise 454 

Stewart, Benjamin 1094 

Stewart, Jackson 1094 

Stewart, Samuel 1094 



Stewart, Wendell G 469 

Stimpson, Clarence William 1 009 

Stimpson, Jeffrey L 1009 

Stimpson, Lawrence W 1 60 

Stimpson, Lawrence William 1 009 

Stimpson, Sandra Lee 1009 

Stimpson, Wendy Ann 1009 

Stock, Cindy 644 

Stock, Cindy 1035 

Stock, Cristal 1035 

Stock, Crystal 644 

Stock, Heber DeVine 1034 

Stock, Lorraine 644 

Stock, Patrick 644 

Stock, Patrick 1035 

Stock, Paul 644 

Stock, Paul Heber 1034 

Stock, Sharee 1035 

Stock, Sharee 1090 

Stoddard, Alton (Bun) 575 

Stoddard, Alton Jr (Punk) 574 

Stoddard, Alton Jr. (Punk) 575 

Stoddard, Bob 575 

Stoddard, Robert 540 

Stoddard, Roy 724 

Stoddard, Roy 726 

Stokes, Robert 1037 

Stoll, Asael Don 1055 

Stoll, Asael R 1055 

Stoll, Barbara Ann 1056 

Stoll, Donna Lynn 1055 

Stoll, Lynda Lee 1055 

Stoll, Rowland 712 

Stoll, Steven Don 1056 

Stone, George 735 

Stoney, Austin 1059 

Stoney, Elwell 1059 

Stoney, Ember 1059 

Stoney, J. R 1058 

Stoney, Jan 1059 

Stoney, Jason 1058 

Stoney, Sam 1058 

Stoney, Scott 1059 

Storer, Max 963 

Strausbaugh, Gertrude 469 

Stringfellow, Marva Dawn 454 



Stringfellow, Ronoe 469 

Strong, Geraldine 454 

Strong, Jack 826 

Summers, Arnell 827 

Sundquist, Edwin 898 

Swendeman, Loretta 1040 

Swenderman, Ellen 1040 

Swenderman, Ilene 1041 

Swenderman, John 1040 

Swenderman, Kathryn 1040 

Swenderman, Larry 1041 

Swenderman, Louise, C 656 

Swenderman, Mark 1040 

Swenderman, Mark Lynn 1041 

Swenson, Lorenzo 444 

Swenson, Peter 330 

Syfus, Chrissie 512 

Syphus, 43 

Syphus, Alfred 86 

Syphus, Chrissie 17 

Syphus, Chrissie 1 02 

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Syphus, Chrissie 127 

Syphus, Christianna (Chrissie) Long 35 

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Syphus, Christina (Chrissie) Long 84 

Syphus, Christina (Chrissie) Long 85 

Syphus, Clara 86 

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Syphus, George 86 

Syphus, Lavina 86 

Syphus, Levi 86 

Syphus, Luke 83 

Syphus, Luke 85 

Syphus, Luke 87 

Syphus, Luke 90 

Syphus, Luke Jr 86 

Syphus, Martha Ellen 86 

Syphus, Mary 86 

Syphus, Mary Long 85 

Syphus, Matthew 85 

Tanner, Allyson 770 

Tanner, Anniba 770 

Tanner, Anniba Sue 772 

Tanner, Chad 770 

Tanner, Chad 771 



Tanner, N. Eldon 436 

Taylor, Annette Susan 966 

Taylor, Annette Susan 1 003 

Taylor, Carolyn 817 

Taylor, Carry 464 

Taylor, Catherine 1 09 1 

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Taylor, Chad 709 

Taylor, Charles 1020 

Taylor, David 464 

Taylor, David Michael 1077 

Taylor, Faye Ellen 708 

Taylor, Faye Ellen 709 

Taylor, Faye Ellen 710 

Taylor, Faye Ellen 711 

Taylor, Faye Ellen Adams 1 046 

Taylor, Grace Ethel 103 1 

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Taylor, Mike 464 

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Taylor, Stefan 464 

Taylor, Wiley Howard 1077 

Teeter, Jabot 463 

Templin, Tammy 817 

Templin, Tammy 1 092 

Tenney, Sandra Fern 1070 

Teter, Juanita Marie 1076 

Teter, William Edward 1076 

Teuscher, Barbara Mary 43 1 

Teuscher, Barbara Mary 432 

Teuscher, Barbara Mary 1028 

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Teuscher, Eliza 494 

Teuscher, Eliza 495 

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Teuscher, Gary 45 1 

Teuscher, Henry 43 1 

Teuscher, Henry 444 

Teuscher, Henry Jr 493 

Teuscher, Homer 441 

Teuscher, Homer 451 

Teuscher, Joel 45 1 

Teuscher, Royal 432 

Teuscher, Royal 433 

Tew, Jannalee 1 093 

Tew, Jennalee 817 



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Ellen 157 

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Estella 228 

Estella 990 

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Thatcher, Gary 157 

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Thatcher, John Bethuel 2nd 202 

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Thatcher, John Bethuel 3rd 219 

Thatcher, John Bethuel 3rd 220 

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215 


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227 


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228 


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991 


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1009 


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223 


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210 


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224 


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227 


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228 


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990 


Thornock, 


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1005 


Thornock, 


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160 


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202 


Thornock, 


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1008 


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207 


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208 


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224 


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157 


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160 


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160 


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1006 


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1006 


Thornock, 


Thatcher, William 


241 


Thornock, 


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222 


Thornock, 


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990 


Thornock, 


Thoman, 


42 


Thornock, 


Thomas, James C 


4 


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992 


Thornock, 


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775 


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485 


Thornock, 


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454 


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Amos Ill 

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Amos 116 

Amos 120 

Amos 122 

Amos 123 

Amos 125 

Elizabeth Ann Ill 

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Elsie Ill 

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Elsie 120 

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Elsie (Long Milan) 124 

Hazel Ill 

Hazel 114 

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Tippetts, Angela 501 

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Tippetts, Jason 501 

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Tonks, Charlie 328 

Tonks, Cleon 357 

Tonks, Cory 463 

Tonks, Cory Russell 1076 

Tonks, Daniel Robert 1026 

Tonks, Daniel Robert 1069 

Tonks, David Loel 1068 

Tonks, Davis Loel 1025 

Tonks, Dean 469 

Tonks, Deborah 463 

Tonks, Elijah 353 

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Tonks, Elijah 356 

Tonks, Elijah 358 

Tonks, Elijah 362 

Tonks, Elijah 363 

Tonks, Elijah 364 

Tonks, Elijah 365 

Tonks, Elijah 42 1 

Tonks, Elijah 422 

Tonks, Elijah 424 

Tonks, Elijah 425 

Tonks, Elijah 455 

Tonks, Elijah 458 

Tonks, Elijah 466 

Tonks, Elijah 467 

Tonks, Elijah 475 

Tonks, Elijah 480 

Tonks, Elijah 482 

Tonks, Elijah 487 

Tonks, Elijah 564 

Tonks, Elijah 570 

Tonks, Elijah 75 1 

Tonks, Elijah 785 

Tonks, Elijah 923 

Tonks, Elijah William 51 

Tonks, Elijah William 154 

Tonks, Elijah William 297 

Tonks, Elijah William 313 

Tonks, Elijah William 315 

Tonks, Elijah William 316 

Tonks, Elijah William 319 

Tonks, Elijah William 321 

Tonks, Elijah William 322 

Tonks, Elijah William 324 

Tonks, Elijah William 327 

Tonks, Elijah William 328 

Tonks, Elijah William 328 

Tonks, Elijah William 329 

Tonks, Elijah William 330 

Tonks, Elijah William 332 

Tonks, Elijah William 333 

Tonks, Elijah William 334 

Tonks, Elijah William 335 

Tonks, Elijah William 336 

Tonks, Elijah William 337 

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Tonks, Elma 467 

Tonks, Elma 480 

Tonks, Elma 484 

Tonks, Elma 487 

Tonks, Elma 488 

Tonks, Elma 995 

Tonks, Elma 1026 

Tonks, Emily 331 

Tonks, Firl 357 

Tonks, Gail 461 

Tonks, Gail 464 

Tonks, Gail 1029 

Tonks, Gail 1077 

Tonks, Garla 461 

Tonks, Garla 462 

Tonks, Garla 1028 

Tonks, Garla 1 075 

Tonks, Garland 354 

Tonks, Garland 358 

Tonks, Garland 359 

Tonks, Garland 448 

Tonks, Garland 455 

Tonks, Garland 458 

Tonks, Garland 459 

Tonks, Garland 461 

Tonks, Garland 466 

Tonks, Garland 467 

Tonks, Garland 468 

Tonks, Garland 475 

Tonks, Garland 477 

Tonks, Garland 480 

Tonks, Garland C 454 

Tonks, Garland Calvin 318 

Tonks, Garland Calvin 319 

Tonks, Garland Calvin 320 

Tonks, Garland Calvin 324 

Tonks, Garland Calvin 336 

Tonks, Garland Calvin 337 

Tonks, Garland Calvin 338 

Tonks, Garland Calvin 353 

Tonks, Garland Calvin 389 

Tonks, Garland Calvin 393 

Tonks, Garland Calvin 414 

Tonks, Garland Calvin 452 

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Garland Calvin 454 

Garland Calvin 456 

Garland Calvin 457 

Garland Calvin 460 

Garland Calvin 462 

Garland Calvin 995 

Garland Calvin 1028 

Gary Lynn 1 026 

George 327 

George 328 

George 370 

George Maroni 389 

George Monoria 327 

George Monoria 328 

George Monoria 329 

George Monoria 330 

George Monoria 372 

George Moroni 371 

George Moroni 413 

George Moroni 483 

George Moroni 994 

Heidi 1068 

Henry 328 

Howard 357 

Isaac 3 

Jeremy 463 

Joh 370 

Joh 371 

Joh 372 

John 477 

John Davis 1068 

John William 1026 

Joshua Kale 1077 

Joyce 448 

Joyce 475 

Joyce Datson 459 

Kale 451 

Kale 461 

Kale 463 

Kale 477 

Kale Garland 1029 

Kale Garland 1076 

Katherina Marie 1077 

Kathleen 1025 

Kathleen 1067 

Katie 463 



Tonks, Keary Kent 473 

Tonks, Keary Kent 474 

Tonks, Keary Kent 475 

Tonks, Keary Kent 477 

Tonks, Keary Kent 1029 

Tonks, Keary Kent 1077 

Tonks, Kent 354 

Tonks, Kent 358 

Tonks, Kent 359 

Tonks, Kent 420 

Tonks, Kent 448 

Tonks, Kent 453 

Tonks, Kent 455 

Tonks, Kent 459 

Tonks, Kent 466 

Tonks, Kent 467 

Tonks, Kent 468 

Tonks, Kent 469 

Tonks, Kent 470 

Tonks, Kent 480 

Tonks, Kent Leroy 318 

Tonks, Kent Leroy 321 

Tonks, Kent Leroy 324 

Tonks, Kent Leroy 336 

Tonks, Kent Leroy 337 

Tonks, Kent Leroy 338 

Tonks, Kent LeRoy 353 

Tonks, Kent LeRoy 389 

Tonks, Kent LeRoy 393 

Tonks, Kent LeRoy 414 

Tonks, Kent LeRoy 465 

Tonks, Kent LeRoy 469 

Tonks, Kent LeRoy 471 

Tonks, Kent LeRoy 472 

Tonks, Kent LeRoy 473 

Tonks, Kent LeRoy 474 

Tonks, Kent LeRoy 474 

Tonks, Kent LeRoy 475 

Tonks, Kent LeRoy 475 

Tonks, Kent Leroy 477 

Tonks, Kent LeRoy 995 

Tonks, Lenora 444 

Tonks, Liege 735 

Tonks, Lige 738 

Tonks, Linn Marie 46 1 

Tonks, Linn Marie 462 



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Linn Marie 1028 

Linn Marie 1074 

Lisa 473 

Lisa 474 

Lisa 475 

Lisa LaFaye 1029 

Lisa LaFaye 1078 

Loel 354 

Loel 355 

Loel 357 

Loel 360 

Loel 371 

Loel 383 

Loel 384 

Loel 415 

Loel 448 

Loel 453 

Loel 455 

Loel 459 

Loel 466 

Loel 467 

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Loel 475 

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Loel 480 

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Loel Elijah 318 

Loel Elijah '. 319 

Loel Elijah 320 

Loel Elijah 324 

Loel Elijah 336 

Loel Elijah 337 

Loel Elijah 338 

Loel Elijah 350 

Loel Elijah 351 

Loel Elijah 352 

Loel Elijah 382 

Loel Elijah 389 

Loel Elijah 393 

Loel Elijah 414 

Loel Elijah 995 

Loel Elijah 1025 

Lois 318 

Lois 320 

Lois 324 

Lois 336 



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389 
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414 
415 
416 
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422 
425 
438 
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455 
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466 
467 
480 
487 
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Marie 371 

Marine 317 

Marine 318 

Martha 281 

Martha 301 

Martha 317 

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Martha 322 

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Martha 338 

Martha 344 

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Martha 354 

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Martha 365 

Martha 366 

Martha 368 

Martha 369 

Martha 384 

Martha 392 

Martha 393 

Martha 414 

Martha 420 

Martha 421 

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Martha 427 

Martha 429 

Martha 455 

Martha 459 

Martha 466 

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Martha 470 

Martha 475 

Martha 480 

Martha 485 

Martha 486 

Martha 537 

Martha 564 

Martha 565 

Martha 570 

Martha 693 

Martha 732 

Martha 733 

Martha 734 

Martha 751 

Martha 785 

Martha 923 

Martha 924 

Martha Delpha Long 511 

Martha Delpha Long 526 

Mary 332 

Mary 448 

Mary 455 

Mary 475 

Mary 475 



Tonks, Mary 751 

Tonks, Mary 785 

Tonks, Mary Ann 1026 

Tonks, Mary Ann 1 069 

Tonks, Mashie 463 

Tonks, Mattie 327 

Tonks, Mattie 329 

Tonks, Mattie 329 

Tonks, Mattie 330 

Tonks, Mattie 351 

Tonks, Mattie 356 

Tonks, Mattie 362 

Tonks, Maurine 319 

Tonks, Maurine 324 

Tonks, Maurine 336 

Tonks, Maurine 337 

Tonks, Maurine 338 

Tonks, Maurine 344 

Tonks, Maurine 347 

Tonks, Maurine 348 

Tonks, Maurine 349 

Tonks, Maurine 350 

Tonks, Maurine 351 

Tonks, Maurine 352 

Tonks, Maurine 353 

Tonks, Maurine 354 

Tonks, Maurine 355 

Tonks, Maurine 356 

Tonks, Maurine 357 

Tonks, Maurine 360 

Tonks, Maurine 360 

Tonks, Maurine 361 

Tonks, Maurine 362 

Tonks, Maurine 364 

Tonks, Maurine 365 

Tonks, Maurine 366 

Tonks, Maurine 367 

Tonks, Maurine 368 

Tonks, Maurine 370 

Tonks, Maurine 371 

Tonks, Maurine 372 

Tonks, Maurine 373 

Tonks, Maurine 389 

Tonks, Maurine 393 

Tonks, Maurine 393 

Tonks, Maurine 414 



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Maurine 455 

Maurine 457 

Maurine 459 

Maurine 466 

Maurine 467 

Maurine 480 

Maurine 995 

Maurine 1024 

Milinda 1069 

Milissa April 1069 

Moroni 371 

Nadine 317 

Nadine 318 

Nadine 321 

Nadine 324 

Nadine 336 

Nadine 337 

Nadine 338 

Nadine 353 

Nadine 354 

Nadine 358 

Nadine 359 

Nadine 389 

Nadine 393 

Nadine 414 

Nadine 420 

Nadine 420 

Nadine 421 

Nadine 448 

Nadine 455 

Nadine 459 

Nadine 466 

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Nadine 470 

Nadine 480 

Nadine 481 

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Nadine 483 

Nadine 484 

Nadine 485 

Nadine 486 

Nadine 487 

Nadine 488 

Nadine 499 

Nadine 75 1 

Nadine 785 



Tonks, Nadine 995 

Tonks, Nadine 1030 

Tonks, Paul 461 

Tonks, Paul 463 

Tonks, Paul 463 

Tonks, Paul Kent 1028 

Tonks, Paul Kent 1075 

Tonks, Rebecca 475 

Tonks, Ruth Marie 1026 

Tonks, Ryan 475 

Tonks, Ryan 1077 

Tonks, Stacy Bryce 473 

Tonks, Stacy Bryce 474 

Tonks, Stacy Bryce 475 

Tonks, Stacy Bryce 477 

Tonks, Stacy Bryce 1029 

Tonks, Steve 444 

Tonks, Steve 445 

Tonks, Steve 451 

Tonks, Steve 1069 

Tonks, Steven 46 1 

Tonks, Steven 463 

Tonks, Steven Layne 1029 

Tonks, Steven Layne 1 076 

Tonks, Susan 328 

Tonks, Vie 356 

Tonks, William Elijah 368 

Toone, Curtis Robert 1070 

Toone, Byron Judd 1069 

Toone, Jennifer Kay 1 070 

Toone, Mark Hamilton 1 070 

Toone, Randy Curtis 1 069 

Toone, Stephanie Ann 1 070 

Trick, Mary 976 

Tueler, Amy 445 

Tueller, Adeline 496 

Tueller, Amy 427 

Tueller, Amy 449 

Tueller, Barbara Mary 422 



Tueller, Barbara Mary 424 

Tueller, Barbara Mary 429 

Tueller, Barbara Mary 430 

Tueller, Barbara Mary 434 

Tueller, Barbara Mary 436 



Tueller, Barbara Mary 437 

Tueller, Barbara Mary 444 

Tueller, Christian 43 1 

Tueller, Christian 433 

Tueller, Christian 440 

Tueller, Daren 420 

Tueller, Daren 42 1 

Tueller, Daren 429 

Tueller, Daren 43 1 

Tueller, Daren 433 

Tueller, Daren 434 

Tueller, Daren 436 

Tueller, Daren 437 

Tueller, Daren 438 

Tueller, Daren 439 

Tueller, Daren 440 

Tueller, Daren 441 

Tueller, Daren 442 

Tueller, Daren 443 

Tueller, Daren 448 

Tueller, Daren 449 

Tueller, Daren 475 

Tueller, Daren 477 

Tueller, Daren 487 

Tueller, Daren 488 

Tueller, Daren T 450 

Tueller, Daren T 1028 

Tueller, Darin 408 

Tueller, Darin 422 

Tueller, Darin 423 

Tueller, Darin 424 

Tueller, Darin 426 

Tueller, Darin 435 

Tueller, Effie 427 

Tueller, Effie 445 

Tueller, Effie 449 

Tueller, Erin 427 

Tueller, Erin 445 

Tueller, Erin 449 

Tueller, Etta May 394 

Tueller, Etta May 1014 

Tueller, Etta May 1026 

Tueller, Jessica 427 

Tueller, Jessica 445 

Tueller, Jessica 449 

Tueller, Julie 428 



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Lois Tonks 412 

Lois Tonks 697 

Lon 427 

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Lon 433 

Lon 440 

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Lon 451 

Lon 477 

Lon 1028 

Lon Tonks 422 

Lon Tonks 423 

Lon Tonks 424 

Lon Tonks 426 

Lucy 427 

Lucy 428 

Lucy 449 

Lyman 424 

Lyman 433 

Lyman Nephi 422 

Lyman Nephi 429 

Lyman Nephi 43 1 

Lyman Nephi 432 

Lyman Nephi 434 



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Lyman Nephi 436 

Lyman Nephi 437 

Lyman Nephi 440 

Lyman Nephi 444 

Lyman Nephi 444 

Lyman Nephi 1028 

Mandi 427 

Mandi 445 

Mandi 449 

Margaret 495 

Mark 451 

Melvin 408 



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427 
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442 
443 
446 
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Rao Daren 422 

Rao Daren 423 

Rao Daren 424 

Rao Daren 426 

Renea 1028 

Renee 423 

Renee 426 

Renee 428 

Renee 428 

Renee 442 

Renee 443 

Renee 447 

Renee 449 

Renee 45 1 

Rudolph 433 

Stephen 445 

Stephen 449 

Stephen 45 1 

Stephen J 427 

Todd 451 

Turman, Maude 517 

Turner, Randy 1015 

Twiggs, Trent 1 04 1 

Tyler, Allyson Sue 771 

Tyler, Allyson Sue 1051 

Tyler, Ann 768 



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Ardith Ann Long 765 

Ardith Ann Long 822 

Brandi 770 

Fenton 775 

Fenton 788 

Fenton 789 

Fenton C 775 

Fenton Charles 1050 

Fenton Hunt 767 

Fenton Hunt 768 

Fenton Hunt 769 

Fenton Hunt 770 

Fenton Hunt 771 

Fenton Hunt 774 

Fenton Hunt 776 

Fenton Hunt 1050 

Heather Rae 772 

Heather Rae 1051 

Jeremy 770 

Jeremy Fenton 773 

Jonathan 769 

Jonathan 770 

Jonathan Glenn 773 

Pamela 775 

Peggy Hazel 772 

Peggy Hazel 1051 

Wendy Ann 771 

Wendy Ann 1051 

Van Horn, Judy Ann 1021 

VanLauvan, Alberta. R 469 

Vansickle, Vera 1086 

VanWinkle, John 469 

Vedstrom, Mogan Morgansen 980 

Vedstrom, Morgens 980 

Victor, George 329 

Virgin Amos 949 

Virgin, Amos 685 

Virgin, Amos Moses 56 

Virgin, Amos Moses 876 

Virgin, Amos Moses 913 



Virgin, Eugene 878 

Virgin, Eugenie 44 

Virgin, Eugenie 45 

Virgin, Eugenie 52 

Virgin, Eugenie 62 

Virgin, Eugenie 171 

Virgin, Eugenie 1 72 

Virgin, Eugenie 203 

Virgin, Eugenie 257 

Virgin, Eugenie 684 

Virgin, Eugenie 723 

Virgin, Eugenie 724 

Virgin, Eugenie 858 

Virgin, Eugenie 875 

Virgin, Eugenie 877 

Virgin, Eugenie 888 

Virgin, Eugenie 905 

Virgin, Eugenie 912 

Virgin, Eugenie 913 

Virgin, Eugenie 946 

Virgin, Eugenie 947 

Virgin, Eugenie 949 

Virgin, Eugenie 957 

Virgin, Eugenie 964 

Virgin, Eugenie 988 

Virgin, Eugenie 1015 

Virgin, Sarah Frances Merkley 913 

Von Almen, Elizabeth 43 1 

Waddell, Wilma 469 

Wadsworth, Maggie 86 

Wakley, Howard 1062 

Wakley, Lana Marie 1062 

Waldron, Miss 328 

Walker, Merrill 454 

Walkers, Miss 517 

Walton, Mryle 1032 

Walton, William 329 

Wanlass, Evelyn 454 

Wanner, Clark 660 

Wanner, Clark Wayne 658 

Wanner, David 660 

Wanner, Davis 656 

Wanner, Davis John 658 

Wanner, Eva Maree 658 

Wanner, Gotlob 657 

Wanner, Janice 659 



Wanner, Janice Faye 658 

Wanner, Karen Laree 658 

Wanner, Marcell 656 

Wanner, Marcell 657 

Wanner, Marcell 658 

Wanner, Marcell 659 

Wanner, Marcell 660 

Wanner, Marcell 751 

Wanner, Marcell 785 

Wanner, Marilyn 658 

Wanner, Marlyn 660 

Wanner, Sam 657 

Wanner, Sam 658 

Wanner, Sam 659 

Wanner, Sam 660 

Wanner, Samuel Wilson 656 

Ward, Patricia 469 

Ward, Ryan 1053 

Ward, Willis 454 

Wardell, Julie 86 

Wardle, Isaac 269 

Wardle, Isiac 723 

Wardle, Sophia 269 

Wardle, Sophia 723 

Warkintine, Mr 334 

Warkintine, Mrs 334 

Warner, Clark Wayne 1036 

Warner, David John 1035 

Warner, Eva MaRee 1036 

Warner, Gotlob 1035 

Warner, Janice Fay 1035 

Warner, Karen LaRee 1036 

Warner, Marily Kay 1036 

Warner, Sam 1035 

Warren, Hannah Elizabeth 843 

Warren, Lovenia Rae Long 843 

Warren, Robert 843 

Washington, (Dr.) 96 

Washington, George 387 

Watkins, Beth 1012 

Watkins, Clifford C 1012 

Watson, Blance 133 

Watson, Blanche 93 

Weaver Chrissie 281 

Weaver, David Clement 565 

Weaver, Ella, Marie 540 



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Miles Franklin 544 

Anna-Lisa Marie 1084 

Britton Holmes 1084 

CalliJo 1086 

Chrissie 157 

Chrissie 529 

Chrissie 530 

Chrissie 531 

Chrissie 532 

Chrissie 561 

Chrissie 565 

Chrissie 738 

Chrissie 743 

Chrissie 751 

Chrissie 754 

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Chrissie 785 

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Chrissie Long 156 

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Chrissie Tressa 537 

Chrissie Tressa 538 

Chrissie Tressa 563 

Chrissie Tressa 564 

Chrissie Tressa 568 

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Chrissie Tressa 636 

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Chrissie Tressa Long 522 

Chrissie Tressa Long 523 

Chrissie Tressa Long 524 

Chrissie Tressa Long 525 

Chrissie Tressa Long 526 

Christie 744 

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Crissie Louise 537 

Crissie Louise 538 

Crissie Louise 546 

Crissie Louise 560 

Crissie Louise 562 

Crissie Louise 564 



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Weaver, Crissie Louise 567 

Weaver, Crissie Louise 568 

Weaver, Crissie Louise 571 

Weaver, Crissie Louise 996 

Weaver, Crissie Louise 1031 

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Weaver, David 157 

Weaver, David 357 

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Weaver, David 751 

Weaver, David 785 

Weaver, David 895 

Weaver, David (DavyO 609 

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Weaver, David C 576 

Weaver, David C. Jr 1083 

Weaver, David C. Jr 1032 

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Weaver, David Clement 537 

Weaver, David Clement 538 

Weaver, David Clement 568 

Weaver, David Clement 570 

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Weaver, David Clement 575 

Weaver, David Clement 580 

Weaver, David Clement 996 

Weaver, David Clement 1032 

Weaver, Davy 638 

Weaver, Devin 576 

Weaver, Devin Miles 1086 

Weaver, Devin Miles 534 

Weaver, Devin Miles 1033 

Weaver, Don 576 

Weaver, Donald 534 

Weaver, Donald Holmes 1032 

Weaver, Donald Holmes 1084 

Weaver, Ella Marie 535 

Weaver, Ella Marie 537 

Weaver, Ella Marie 538 

Weaver, Ella Marie 539 

Weaver, Ella Marie 540 

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Ella Marie 543 

Ella Marie 544 

Ella Marie 547 

Ella Marie 559 

Ella Marie 562 

Ella Marie 564 

Ella Marie 565 

Ella Marie 567 

Ella Marie 568 

Ella Marie 571 

Ella Marie 996 

Ella Marie 1030 

Emily 606 

Franklin 615 

Hannah Brielle 1086 

Holmes 245 

Holmes 357 

Holmes 529 

Holmes 530 

Holmes 531 

Holmes 532 

Holmes 561 

Holmes 562 

Holmes 563 

Holmes 564 

Holmes 734 

Holmes 738 

Holmes 744 

Holmes 751 

Holmes 754 

Holmes 761 

Holmes 785 

Holmes 895 

Holms 157 

Holms 565 

Joslin 1084 

Joslin 1097 

Lawrence 528 

Lawrence 529 

Lawrence 530 

Lawrence 531 

Lawrence 532 

Lawrence 533 

Lawrence 543 

Lawrence 544 

Lawrence 559 



Weaver, Lawrence Holmes 527 

Weaver, Lawrence Holmes 535 

Weaver, Lawrence Holmes 536 

Weaver, Lawrence Holmes 560 

Weaver, Lawrence Holmes 562 

Weaver, Lawrence Holmes 996 

Weaver, Lorraine 534 

Weaver, Lorraine 550 

Weaver, Lorraine 553 

Weaver, Lorraine 578 

Weaver, Lorraine 643 

Weaver, Lorraine 751 

Weaver, Lorraine 754 

Weaver, Lorraine 785 

Weaver, Lorraine 996 

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Weaver, Louise 157 

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Weaver, Louise 895 

Weaver, Marie 157 

Weaver, Marie 536 

Weaver, Marie 554 

Weaver, Marie 694 

Weaver, Marie 895 

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Weaver, Melba 157 

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Weaver, Melba 245 

Weaver, Melba 533 

Weaver, Melba 575 

Weaver, Melba 578 

Weaver, Melba 579 

Weaver, Melba 580 

Weaver, Melba 583 

Weaver, Melba 584 

Weaver, Melba 592 

Weaver, Melba 624 

Weaver, Melba 625 

Weaver, Melba 626 

Weaver, Melba 751 

Weaver, Melba 754 

Weaver, Melba 785 

Weaver, Melba 895 

Weaver, Melba 996 

Weaver, Melba 1033 

Weaver, Melvin Glen 469 



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Michele Lee "Missy" 1087 

Miles Franklin 531 

Miles Franklin 532 

Miles Franklin 535 

Miles Franklin 559 

Miles Franklin 560 

Miles Franklin 562 

Miles Franklin 995 

Missy 577 

N. H 692 



Nathaniel Holmes 51 

Nathaniel Holmes 136 

Nathaniel Holmes 154 

Nathaniel Holmes 507 

Nathaniel Holmes 524 

Nathaniel Holmes 527 

Nathaniel Holmes 528 

Nathaniel Holmes 534 

Nathaniel Holmes 535 

Nathaniel Holmes 537 

Nathaniel Holmes 538 

Nathaniel Holmes 543 

Nathaniel Holmes 544 

Nathaniel Holmes 559 

Nathaniel Holmes 560 

Nathaniel Holmes 568 

Nathaniel Holmes 570 

Nathaniel Holmes 571 

Nathaniel Holmes 578 

Nathaniel Holmes 627 

Nathaniel Holmes 995 

Rachelle 1084 

Ruby Lake 638 

Sarah Elizabeth 536 

Sarah Elizabeth 562 

Sarah Elizabeth 563 

Sarah Elizabeth Holmes 615 

Teressa Kay 1032 

Teressa Kay 1085 

Tressa 577 

Tressa Kay 534 

Weber, Jennifer 606 

Weeks, LaPreal 379 

Weis, Talmadge 454 

West, Dr 580 



West, Dr 782 

Westover, Iva Jane 454 

Wheeler, Norma 898 

White, (Dr.) 96 

White, Ann 972 

White, John Sr 975 

White, William 974 

Whitney, George L 86 

Widmer, Kirk 450 

Wilcox, Becky 770 

Wilder, 897 

Wilder, 999 

Wilder, Dan Eugene 1 023 

Wilder, Frances L 898 

Wilder, Francis Long 955 

Wilding, Martha 246 

Williams, Darrel Thomas 1 073 

Williams, Lena 1009 

Williams, Priseilla 1004 

Williams, Rosie Louise 469 

Williams, Samuel A 469 

Williams, Trudeane 1 073 

Willis, Ethel Cumorals 1016 

Wilson Raymond Brown 209 

Wilson, Afton 160 

Wilson, Egbert Fairchild 1007 

Wilson, Jed 1044 

Wilson, Kathlene Ellen 1008 

Wilson, Marilyn Gay 1007 

Wilson, Merrill L 454 

Wilson, Mr 517 

Wilson, Randall 160 

Wilson, Randel Paul 1008 

Wilson, Ray 228 

Wilson, Raymond B 160 

Wilson, Raymond Brown 1007 

Wilson, Stephen Raymond 1007 

Wilson, Steve 160 

Withers, Boyd "J" 1063 

Withers, Brett David 1063 

Withers, Candice 1 063 

Withers, David John 1063 

Withers, Kerri 1 063 

Withers, Trevar, Kunz 1063 

Withers, Zacharyn John 1 063 

Woodhouse, Rachel 178 

Woodhouse, Rachel 989 



Woolstenhulme, Tramla Georgia 469 

Workomerg, Martha Magdoline 1004 

Wray, Shanna 462 

Wright Arvy Marie 1069 

Wright, Billy 334 

Wright, Kay W 1075 

Wright, Kitty Ann 136 

Wright, Kitty Ann 537 

Wright, Kitty Ann 563 

Wright, Ronald J 1012 

Wright, Silas L 411 

Wright, Tauna Kay 1075 

Wyatt, Betsy Maxine Bailey 1022 

Wyatt, James Levett 1022 

Yost, Denis Russell 1011 

Young, Raymond William 1053 

Young, Blake 1053 

Young, Brigham 411 

Young, Brigham 615 

Young, Brigham 884 

Young, Chad 1053 

Young, Clifford Zackery 966 

Young, Dean 329 

Young, Hailey 1053 

Young, Haily Lynne 966 

Young, Jaemi 1053 

Young, Jami Rebecca 966 

Young, John 528 

Young, Madolyn 599 

Young, Madolyn 63 1 

Young, Marjorie Mae 1077 

Young, Moylen 838 

Young, Nate 1053 

Young, Nathan John 966 

Young, Raymond Blake 966 

Young, Robby 63 1 

Young, Sherry 954 

Young, William Chadwich 965 

Young, William James 965 

Young, William James "Bill" 1053 

Young, Zack 1053 

Zammaron, Stacy Long 803 

Zammaron, Stacy Long 874 

Zammaron, Ted 803 

Zammaron, Ted 874 

Zohner, Gary 377